Enespro PPE Releases Guide to Creating an Electrical Safety Culture
Enespro PPE, a manufacturer of innovative, USA-made personal protective equipment designed to provide breathability and comfort for the electrical industry has today announced the release of its guide for companies looking to improve their commitment to worker safety.
The guide, titled Developing a Culture of Electrical Safety, is written to address the continued challenge that exists for employers looking to incorporate a safe work mentality into their organization, going beyond traditional and required electrical safety programs. Written with the assistance of experts in the safety community, this guide explores the following topics:
Plans are just that: Why programs are only the first step towards a culture of electrical safety
The cultural imperative—how historical underreporting of electrocution and arc flash injuries hurts safety goals
The demographics of fatal and non-fatal electrical injuries: Why electrical safety programs fail to protect untrained, inexperienced, and non-qualified workers.
The five reasons workers fail to adopt electrical safety programs
Ten steps to implement, instill, and improve the culture of electrical safety at your organization.
“While an electrical safety program is required as part of a comprehensive approach to electrical safety, many at-risk and non-qualified workers do not understand the true dangers and best practices of working around electricity,” said Mike Enright, Founder and President of Enespro PPE. “This, paired with a historical underreporting and misreporting of electrical injuries, makes it vital for employers to go above and beyond programs, implementing a truly comprehensive culture of electrical safety. This guide offers tips on how to get started.”
Those interested can preview this informative guide on SlideShare and download the full guide for free from Enespro here: https://enesproppe.com/pages/developing-a-culture-of-electrical-safety
Enespro PPE, www.EnesproPPE.com
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