Need to know more about safe isolation?
07 February 2018
Safe isolation procedures are in place to ensure that workers on site are not exposed to danger when working on or near live electrical systems and equipment.
Both the standards for the equipment and the potential penalties for non-compliance have changed recently.
With around 1,000 serious accidents in the workplace each year and 16% of all fatalities linked to electricity, it’s clear to see how following simple safe isolation procedures and using the correct equipment can keep your team safe and avoid heavy penalties and potential imprisonment for non-compliance.
Keep up to date with the most recent changes to Health & Safety Guidelines for safe electrical maintenance with the latest ToolBox Talks on Safe Isolation from Martindale Electric at your workplace. Martindale Toolbox Talks will help you and your team stay safe and achieve compliance with the latest standards.
Providing valuable expertise and advice, the Tool Box Talks cover the practical implications of recent changes to the standards and discuss what it takes to stay compliant with the latest HSE guidelines when installing and maintaining electrical plant and equipment. They are a useful refresher for maintenance teams, installation engineers and those responsible for electrical safety and are free of charge.
For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/martindale-talk