Electrical contractors come in a wide variety of sizes. Top electrical contractors employ thousands of people and gross hundreds of millions of dollars. Electrical safety is the number one priority, whether you are a large electrical contractor or a six-man shop. Or, is it? Does a two-million-dollar contractor have the same budget and resources as say, a twenty-million-dollar contractor? There are vast differences in electrical safety procedures based on company sizes. Remember, safety starts with you! Whether your employer is big or small, you need to be proactive about safety. Here are some tips on how to stay safe.
Your many years of field experience and your dedication to exam preparation have enabled you to pass your test. Your dream of financial freedom by owning your own electrical business is about to get started. Now what options do you have?
To reduce power consumption and keep the electric bill in check, many people install lighting dimmers. Let’s look into the difference in savings using dimmers in the past versus using dimmers today and then decide if they are still a money saver. Read more from our blog!
The 2018 edition of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace has been extensively revised and significant new requirements have been added.
Electricity is the most pervasive energy source present in the workplace and can present an extremely dangerous hazard to those who must work in proximity to energized conductors or energized circuit parts.
May is designated as Electrical Safety Month and many organizations and employers take advantage of the focus on electrical safety to emphasize the importance of following safe working practices when working around energized equipment. The month of May is fast passing and the Memorial Day holiday is approaching, but we […]