OSHA Regulations and ASTM Specifications for the Inspection, Testing and Care of Rubber Insulating Products

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OSHA rules and the NFPA 70E standard make the use of rubber insulating products mandatory when the probability of contact with 50 volts AC or higher exists. Regardless, compliance continues to remain an issue, even though almost every single facility has a need for electrical safety. Consequently, there is a growing demand for more information and better education concerning electrical safety and rubber insulating equipment to help protect workers and employers against loss time, costly damage, legal liability, increased insurance premiums and hefty regulatory fines.