It is a worthy document, one that would not break the bank to have in an apprenticeship.
I sent for mine in an effort to comply with this qualified quagmire, which ends up a safety issue.
but that's not the best part....
this is the story, as far as I understand it....
Apparently OSHA had asked,or inquired of the NFPA as to a safety document..a reasonable request.
So they come up with 70E ! Viola!
OSHA, however, cannot "recognize" this, due to legalities that are probably there for a reason, but are not much help to the trade as far as compliance in this situation.
[This message has been edited by sparky (edited 03-09-2001).]