The greatest value of any business or any industry – are the people. You depend on your people, a workforce that is made up of individuals that have families and friends. Our mission is to keep people safe, your employees safe. While power makes enterprise possible, it can be deadly. You can’t see it, smell it, or taste it, making electricity a leading cause of workplace injuries and fatalities. Keep your people safe, through ESFI’s state of the art programs that provide innovative electrical training solutions. Partner with ESFI because safety is smart, prevention is power.
The Never Assume Electrical Safety Series is a collection of advanced safety awareness video modules created for electricians, safety directors, construction professionals and facilities managers. Produced with support from WESCO Distribution, this one-of-a-kind electrical safety series will give you and your co-workers the right frame of mind when it comes to safety in the workplace. From job planning to proper PPE, this video program is a must for anyone working with or near electricity.
You know that a comprehensive electrical safety program is the key to preventing electrical injuries and fatalities in the workplace, but how do you know if your program is effective? How do you communicate the importance of electrical safety to your managers and employees? The How Do You Know? program will help you answer these important questions - and more.
The How Do You Know? video modules demonstrate how electrical safety practices are vital to everyone in your business.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is the United States federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness. ESFI and NIOSH's Office of Mine Safety and Health have joined together to promote NIOSH's DVD, Arc Flash Awareness and supplement booklet, "Information and Discussion Topics for Electrical Workers."
This 25-minute educational DVD introduces viewers to arc flashes, and features important information about the leading causes of arc flashes, highlights existing electrical safety requirements such as NFPA 70E, and issues important safety recommendations.