Updated 'Safety Expert' Software Available

The National Electrical Contractors Association updates its Safety Expert System software, incorporating new recordkeeping requirements from OSHA.

The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) has upgraded its best-selling Safety Expert System software.

The new Version 2.1 incorporates a module that helps users comply with recent injury and illness record keeping requirements implemented by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It simplifies maintenance of records at a central location, while meeting OSHA privacy protection requirements.

This latest software release also includes new material dealing with OSHA training requirements for forklifts and powered industrial trucks, plus an update to "Preparing for Emergencies," which addresses terrorism concerns arising from the events of Sept. 11.

NECA's Safety Expert System software is a comprehensive tool and reference that helps construction companies develop their own corporate safety programs in compliance with applicable OSHA regulations. It covers topics ranging from basic safety to fall protection to vehicle safety. For more information, visit www.necanet.org/safety/publications.htm.

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