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Industrial facilities often contain hazardous locations. These areas have the potential to cause or contribute to serious harm to surrounding structures and nearby employees. Employers and their workers both gain great benefit from formal training that teaches technicians how to safely work in and navigate hazardous locations.
According to OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration), these types of locations qualify as hazardous. Employers and employees need to take special precautions when working in these environments to minimize the risk of death, injury, and damage.
These classes are further divided into divisions and zones. These clarifications refer to the subtle differences in hazardous conditions that call for a variety of PPE (personal protective equipment) and safety procedures.
In an industrial setting, hazardous locations can be:
A familiarity with the standards surrounding hazardous location safety is essential for all who participate in industrial activities.
There are some important steps that workers should take to ensure their safety while in a hazardous location.
These lessons are an important part of safeguarding the people and property that make industrial operations successful.
How do employees benefit from formal training in OSHA safety regulations?
How do employers benefit from having formally trained employees on their payroll?
The Electrical Systems: Hazardous Locations seminar from NTT Training teaches industrial workers how to apply OSHA standards in their daily work. Instruction includes performing basic installations, identifying hazardous locations, and steps to take to protect against potential dangers.
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