Electric Power Standards Part Two will present §29 CFR 1910.269 Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution in a simple and practical way, making it easy to interpret and apply. This course will explain the performance requirements and answer frequently asked questions about key parts of the standard. As part of the course, each participant will receive a copy of the Subpart V final rule along with our OSHA Electric Power Standards Matrix that highlights key sections; correlates general industry and construction requirements; explains key definitions; and outlines important changes and requirements. Anyone with a role in safety, leadership, or operations in the electric utility industry should attend.
The primary goal of Electric Power Standards is for participants to understand how 1910.269 should be reflected in how work is planned and executed at their organizations. To successfully complete the course and accomplish its primary goal, participants must understand:
Session 1 – May 27
Substations & Special Conditions
Session 2 – May 29
Session 3 – June 1
Overhead and Underground Lines
Session 4 – June 3
Live Line Tools & Electrical Protective Equipment
Session 5 – June 5
Line Clearance Tree Trimming
Session 6 – June 8
Testing and Test Facilities
Session 7 – June 10
Summary / Questions and Answers
Can’t make a live session? On-demand recordings will be available.
Matt Edmonds is an adjunct instructor for the Incident Prevention Institute (iPi) and a published author to iP (Incident Prevention) magazine.
Matt is Vice President of SET Solutions, an organization that partners with iPi to provide workplace specific utility training services. He is a Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) and a certified Construction Health & Safety Technician (CHST) and a Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT) with over 15 years of safety management experience. He is an OSHA authorized instructor for General Industry and Construction standards.
Matt provides specialty safety management services for electric power organizations throughout the US. He has been instrumental in the development of training courses designed for electric power organizations including OSHA 10- and 30-hour courses for electric power and for 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 a principle instructor for the Incident Prevention Institute (iPi) and a founding member of the USOLN (Utility Safety and Ops Leadership Network). She presently serves on the executive board of the USOLN. She is a regular contributor and published author to iP (Incident Prevention) magazine.
Pam is President and CEO of SET Solutions, an organization that partners with iPi to provide workplace specific utility safety management services. She is a 40-year veteran in the electric utility industry, a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP).
Pam worked in the utility industry for over 20 years and has provided electric power safety consulting for the last 20 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.