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Do you want to prevent employee injuries and deaths, as well as avoid heavy OSHA fines? Do you know if your company is at risk?
Electrical safety is essential for all businesses, but there are many companies that do not know all of the facts about keeping workers safe. Your company may be at risk for employee injury and death, as well as fines associated with non-compliance. Join us for a free one-hour webinar regarding arc flash compliance. This webinar is geared towards all businesses and will focus on best practices that companies should adopt to keep employees safe while maintaining full electrical safety compliance.
In addition, the webinar will include:
- General facts on arc flashes
- Compliance issues on electrical training, assessments and personal protective equipment
- Review of statistics related to injuries and fatalities
- OSHA views/opinions on current activity levels in the marketplace, and more!
Brian McCauley, Business Leader, Electrical Safety, Salisbury Assessment Solutions
Brian McCauley is the business leader, electrical safety, for Salisbury Assessment Solutions, a division of Honeywell Safety Products. In his role, McCauley oversees business in an emerging market as more and more customers seek solutions to NFPA 70E compliance for their electrical safety needs.
Salisbury was acquired by Honeywell in 2008 and has continued to flourish ever since. Salisbury by Honeywell is the industry leader in electrical safety equipment, has 2 factories in the U.S. and employs roughly 450employees.
McCauley has been with Salisbury by Honeywell for 10 years and began his career with Salisbury as a regional sales manager in Texas. He then moved on to implement a national accounts division for Salisbury in 2006, which had remarkable growth in the three years he ran it. Over the past 10 years, McCauley has seen a major change in the market regarding compliance needs for electrical safety, and it has become apparent that each customer has their own electrical safety needs. McCauley feels that each and every day, Salisbury's products and services are helping make a difference in the lives of electrical workers around the world.
McCauley resides with his wife, Laura, and their 2 daughters in Frisco, TX. He holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Texas Tech University (class of 1998) and completed his MBA in 2013 from North Central College in Illinois.
Kyle W. Morrison, Safety+Health magazine
Kyle W. Morrison, senior associate editor, covers occupational safety and workplace safety regulation for Safety+Health magazine.