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Vertical Hazards in Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution

After following standards that have been in place for 40 years, staying aware of the new rules can take some getting used to. OSHA's Final Rule on vertical hazards in power generation, transmission and distribution includes important updates on:

  • Information transfer with contract employers
  • Minimum approach distances to energized lines and equipment
  • Fall protection systems, including personal fall arrest systems
  • Protection from electric arcs and requirements for arc-rated fall protection
  • Conductivity of products used by workers

Review OSHA CFR 1910.269: Vertical Hazards in Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution


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