Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution Rule - A Discussion on OSHA's Final Rule Covering 29CFR1926, Subpart V

May 28, 2014 at 9am Pacific / 11am Central / Noon Eastern

Meeting Description   Details

OSHA just recently issued its new and revised rules for workers in the electrical power industry. The Final Rule made important changes to the construction standards (29 CFR 1926) and the general industry standards (29 CFR 1910). Covering everything from contractors to de-energizing transmission and distribution lines, the changes in this final rule can have a major impact on your operations.

In this important webcast, you'll have the opportunity to go through the final rule from two experts from OSHA. In it, our speakers will discuss the new requirements in Subpart V, with emphasis on the major new elements and revisions.

Learning Objectives

  • To enable attendees to understand the history of the standard, and why this revision was necessary.
  • To enable attendees to understand the major changes to the standard.
  • To enable attendees to know the deadline for compliance with some of the requirements in the standard.


  • Access to the live webcast
  • 90 day access to the recording of the session for ANYTIME/ANYWHERE viewing
  • Slides from the session
  • 0.2 CEUs
  • Printable ASSE Certifcate of Completion

Webinar Pricing

  • Member Price: $95.00
  • AIHA/ACHMM Price: $105.00 (PLEASE NOTE: When registering online, you must enter the following coupon code AIHA1911 for a $10.00 discount. Register online as a "Non-Member" and enter this coupon code into the field for "Registration Discount Code".)
  • List Price: $115.00

Date: May 28, 2014

Time: 12:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM CST

Duration: 90 minutes

Speaker Information

Charles R. Harvey, Jr. Directorate of Construction, Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Charles is a licensed Master Electrician in the State(s) of Maryland and Virginia, and is a certified National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Electrical Instructor. He has 35 years of electrical industry experience, including 10 years professional safety experience. He is a veteran of the U.S. Navy SEABEES, with service in Europe, and Japan, in support of Operation Desert Shield. He has done Subpart V type work, climbing wooden poles and metal towers, operating bucket trucks, and aerial lifts of all types; installing and operating generators; as well as installation and maintenance of virtually every type of electrical equipment. He has professional safety certification as a Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST), and holds an MBA from the University of Southern Mississippi, as well as Bachelor's degrees from the University of Maryland, University College, in Business and Accounting. He currently works for OSHA's Directorate of Construction, in the Office of Construction Services, as a Safety and Health, and Electrical Specialist.


David Wallis, Directorate of Standards and Guidance, Occupational Safety and Health Administration

David Wallis is an electrical engineer in the Directorate of Standards and Guidance. As a senior staff member, he works for the Director of the directorate. Mr. Wallis joined the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in September 1973 as a safety engineer in the office responsible for writing electrical safety standards. Over his 40 years as an electrical/safety engineer at the Agency, he has contributed heavily to OSHA's electrical standards-setting process. He also contributed to the promulgation of several other OSHA safety standards, including the permit-required confined space standard. Mr. Wallis holds a B.E. in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.


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