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What is Arc Flash Training and How can Jacman Group help?

View our explainer video below to learn more about Arc Flash Training & how Jacman Group Safety can help you: The Jacman Group is the industry leader in quality safety training and can help you establish compliance with OSHA Electrical

Contractor dies after electrical shock

MERCER, Pa. (WKBN) – A contractor working near the SCI Mercer prison has died after an electrical shock, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. The accident happened around 8:10 a.m. Thursday outside of the perimeter of the Mercer County

Not reporting workplace injuries is a red flag to OSHA

Questions have arisen about whether the Trump administration has weakened the OSHA electronic injury reporting rule because there appear to be few (if any) penalties tied to not reporting. That’s changed.  First, some background on who’s been reporting injuries electronically

Shock and Burn at Extell project site

A construction worker was electrocuted early yesterday during a work accident at 227 Cherry Street in New York City. The man reportedly sustained second-degree burns about the arms, neck, and head, but was conscious when paramedics arrived. He was later taken

Construction worker loses his life due to apparent electrical shock

SALT LAKE CITY — A 33-year-old construction worker died from an electrical shock at a job site in Salt Lake City, officials said Tuesday morning. The man was a sub-contractor doing electrical work for an expansion being built at the

Protecting employees and clients from hazards of electrical equipment and ensure data center safety

Phillip Sandino, Vice President of Data Center Operations at RagingWire Data Centers, looks at how data center operators can better protect employees and clients from the hazards of electrical equipment and ensure data center safety. “For decades, data center technicians