Daryld Ray Crow

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Electrical safety incidents and injuries can be the result of inappropriate work behavior or what is referred to as “unsafe acts.” These occur although training and education have been provided on electrical hazards and their possible consequences. Providing training to people is not enough to motivate them to follow the procedures. When(More)
The utilization Of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and Canadian Standards Association Z462, Workplace Electrical Safety, in a multidimensional workplace is critical to obtaining zero incidents. This article presents the experiences of an industrial construction contractor toward creating and(More)
Utilization of NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace and CSA Z462 Workplace Electrical Safety in a multi-dimensional workplace is critical to obtaining zero incidents. This paper presents the experiences of one industrial construction contractor toward creating and sustaining an electrical safety culture to eliminate incidents. Safety(More)
For more than 50 years, research has shown that a correlation exists between the number of incidents, injuries, and fatalities. Investigation into electrical incidents indicates that there is more to understand about the causal effect of the number of incidents occurring. Many electrical incidents are caused by undesirable actions of people. These are(More)
This article discusses how the leadership qualities of the "12th man" can improve electrical safety in your organization. The 12th man is one who is willing to step in and assist the team and whose participation can change the outcome of the game. Emotionally involving and committing everyone to safety at the level of a truly dedicated fan takes a game(More)
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