OSHA Rule Expands
Requirements for GFCI Use
Capitalizing on the Construction Industry safety benefits realized, new regulations which went into effect in August, 2007 extended GFCI-use requirements for the first time to OSHA's General Industry category of businesses which cover most of the rest of U.S. industry with the exception of agriculture, mining and maritime. Now, in order to comply with OSHA Regulations, a great deal of maintenance, remodeling or repair activities, involving buildings, structures or equipment must be done with workers using GFCI protected equipment.
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Please download details about how this important change in OSHA Regulations has broadened the requirements for using portable GFCI's in most industries.