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Hazardous Energy: The Battle for Control in the Standards Arena

Summary: By knowing the history and evolution of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 and ANSI Z244.1, OSH professionals can more effectively address current prevention and compliance issues related to the control of hazardous energy. The original Z244.1-1982 and OSHA’s 1989 regulation were based on the technology and knowledge as of 1975. While Z244.1 has evolved since 1982, OSHA’s regulation has remained unchanged for more than 25 years. Relying on requirements that date back to 1989 and before impedes safety progress.


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