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e-Hazard is Excited to Announce its New Podcast: Plugged Into Safety!

Just in time for the holidays, e-Hazard is launching a new free resource that will help those who work with or around electricity!

Join e-Hazard’s own sales and marketing director Brian McCauley and electrical safety consultant Derek Vigstol as they bring commonly-discussed electrical safety topics to the forefront and make them applicable to your workplace needs.

Several podcasts are already produced and cover the topics of the electrical safety program, the electrical safety audit, and electrical personal protective equipment. To listen, link to Apple or Spotify below. You can also “plug in” at our website!

Going forward, episodes will highlight new technologies to help make electrical tasks safer and will feature knowledgeable guest industry experts who want to share what they have learned in electrical safety.  Brian and Derek will also discuss best practices that go beyond OSHA minimum requirements, and much more!

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