Building Materials Company Enhances Efficiencies by Developing Qualified Electric Worker Program
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A small building materials company with 65 years of experience needed to improve efficiencies. One area they identified was electrical maintenance which required training to meet OSHA’s qualified electric worker standards. None of their workers had electrical backgrounds, so they needed to be trained to handle most electrical maintenance. This location would serve as the pilot site for program and training development. Once established, they planned to roll the program out to other locations.
Read how HSI helped them follow OSHA’s qualified electric worker requirements by basing the training program on the tasks performed at each location. Our combination of online and instructor-led training moved them down the path of establishing a qualified electric worker program. Developing a forma training program helped them highlight worker safety while meeting OSHA compliance requirements. And, training on specific tasks helped ensure worker safety and improve the bottom line.