OSHA Electrical Safety Course Available on Maui

March 25, 2015, 11:02 AM HST · Updated March 25, 4:01 PM

Federal OSHA. Courtesy photo: SeaRay Beltran.

Federal OSHA. Courtesy photo: SeaRay Beltran.

By Maui Now Staff

The PIRM Group International LLC recently conducted its first new OSHA and NFPA 70E 2015 “Low Voltage Qualified Person” course on Oʻahu on March 20, 2015.

County government and private sector employees took the course to meet new OSHA Electrical Standards and NFPA 70E Standard For Electrical Safety In The Workplace.

The objective was to assist Oʻahu Federal OSHA branch compliance officers with information to help ensure employers improve workplace safety and health for workers performing electric work.

Government & Private Sector OSHA. Courtesy photo: SeaRay Beltran.

Government & Private Sector OSHA. Courtesy photo: SeaRay Beltran.


Electrical work is the fifth cause of death in general and in construction industry. Since the National Fire Protection Association helped OSHA develop the NFPA 70E Standard For Electrical Safety In The Workplace, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics has seen electrocution statistics slowly drop due to NFPA 70E industry consensus standard to OSHA requirements.

PIRM Group International LLC is the only private consulting and training company that has an authorized OSHA Training Institute instructor on Maui who is qualified to teach all OSHA Core Courses, including Outreach OSHA, 10 and 30-hour courses in general industry and construction.

For more information on how to comply with Federal OSHA and State OSH/HIOSH, contact SeaRay Beltran at PIRM Group International LLC on Maui at (808) 385-2729 or go online. For more information about the International Association of Safety Health and Environmental Professionals, click here.



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