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OSHA 1910.269 Final Rule FAQs
The compliance deadline for OSHA’s revised ruling of 1910.269 for electric power generation, transmission, and distribution employees is near. Are you ready? Here’s 11 FAQs to help you understand the revised rule.

Understanding High Visibility Standards
Review at a glance the high visibility and arc flash standards that may affect your workers.

NFPA 70E Hazard Risk Category Levels (HRC)
NFPA identified five FR hazardous risk category levels ranging from 0 to 5. HRC levels are used to establish the basic arc rating of personal protective gear worn by employees.

PPE for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
As the FR clothing market grows, manufacturers now offer product lines that include daily wear, outerwear, arc flash kits and accessories.

ANSI/ISEA 107-2010
A quick overview of the updates to ANSI/ISEA 107-2010, the standard for FR hi-vis clothing.

OSHA 1910.269 Final Rule
OSHA revised 1910.269 which, modernized transmission, operations and maintenance of electric power generation, and distribution lines and equipment with the construction of transmission and distribution installations.

OSHA Issues Extensive Power Generation, Distribution, Transmission Final Rule
OSHA is revising the 40-year-old construction standard for electric power line work to make it more consistent with the corresponding general industry standard and also updating the construction and general industry requirements.