Many of us have been raised to believe that respect is not given, it is earned — the question you have to ask yourself is whether or not you want Electricity to earn your respect. The individuals speaking through this article illustrate why, in the case of Electricity, the respect rule that you may have been taught and live by needs an exception — that exception is Electricity.
This post is written by Troy Bridges of Pinnacol Assurance.
In today’s economy, companies are constantly looking for ways to save money and reduce overhead. With the Colorado Cost Containment Certification (CCC), companies have the opportunity to not only improve their safety culture and program, but can save on their workers’ compensation insurance premium.
Colorado Cost Containment Certification
with Troy Bridges of Pinnacol Assurance
February 7, 2012 at 3pm, @ IECRM Denver
In today’s economy we are all trying to find new ways to maximize our bottom line. To that end, there are extensive benefits to obtaining the Colorado Cost Containment Certification.
110.3 (B) Installation and use
110.12 (No Paint Cable Ect.) Integrity of Electrical Equipment
110.16 Arch-Flash Hazard Warning
110.21 Marking (Voltage, Current)
110.22 Identification of Disconnecting Means
110.24 Available Fault Current (A) Field Marking (B) Modifications
110.27 Guarding Live Parts (Ballard’s)
200.6 Grounded Conductor #6 or Smaller continues White and Gray