OSHA’s 1910 and 1926 final rule document is 429 pages and is filled with a bunch of legalese and hard-to-absorb content. In other words, utility safety and ops professionals who want to advance their careers by gaining a greater understanding of industry regulations will find doing so to be an arduous task, to say the least. This is why we developed a simple, video-driven course that breaks down everything that utility safety and operations professionals need to know about OSHA’s electric power standards 1910.269 and 1926 Subpart V.
Our interactive course walks you through the key sections of the regulation, correlating general industry and construction requirements as well as explaining key definitions and outlining the most important changes and requirements. And, best of all, you can take it when and where you want to—and learn at a pace that works best for you!
Matt Edmonds is Vice President of SET Solutions, LLC. He is a Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP), a Certified Construction Health & Safety Technician (CHST), a Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT) and a published author with over 15 years of safety management experience. He is also an OSHA authorized instructor for General Industry and Construction standards.
Matt provides specialty safety management services for construction, general industries, and electric power organizations throughout the United States. He has been instrumental in the development of training courses designed for electric power organizations including OSHA 10- and 30-hour courses and NFPA 70E electrical training and program development services.
Matt presently works with utilities and contractors to provide technical and safety specific training, safety perception surveys, site audits and assessments, Root Cause Analysis and safety process evaluation and program development.
Pam Tompkins is President and CEO of SET Solutions, LLC. She is a 40-year veteran in the electric utility industry. Pam is a founding member of the USOLN (Utility Safety and Ops Leadership Network) and presently serves on the executive board.
She is a regular contributor to the iP magazine and other industry safety journals. As a member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) and ASSP (American Society of Safety Professionals), Pam has authored and presented technical papers on electric power safety issues at Electric Safety Workshops, national conferences, and Department of Energy EFOCG meetings.
Pam worked in the utility industry for over 20 years and has provided electric power safety consulting for the last 18 years throughout North America, Caribbean and Central America. She has supported utilities, contractors and other organizations operating electric power systems in designing and maintaining safety improvement methods and strategies for organizational excellence. She is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), a Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP), a Certified Utility Safety Administrator (CUSA) and an OSHA authorized instructor.