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#149263 - 09/03/03 03:48 PM Link: "OSHA Assistance for Electrical Contractors"  
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Electrical workers face a number of hazards every day. Some of these hazards, such as electrocution and shock, are obvious; others, such as chronic trauma disorder or minor back injury, are less obvious but occur more frequently. This page provides information about the hazards that electrical workers may experience as a part of their jobs, and was developed in cooperation with IEC as part of the OSHA-IEC Alliance.

http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/electricalcontractors/index.html


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#149264 - 09/05/03 11:35 PM Re: Link: "OSHA Assistance for Electrical Contractors"  
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That's a really handy link to have,
thanks for that one!. [Linked Image]


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