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Keep your Building Compliant with New OSHA Regulations with 4 Over Electric

The long-awaited revisions to OSHA guidelines have finally been released, leading many building owners to turn to the team at 4 Over Electric for sage advice

LOS ANGELES, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether they're facing commercial, industrial or residential electrical issues, the electrician Los Angeles residents know to trust can trust can be found at 4 Over Electric. With a team that is hand-picked for their knowledge and professionalism, the electricians at Los Angeles-based 4 Over Electric are not only experts at installation of various electrical applications, but they're also trusted for their communication skills. That's why any electrician in Los Angeles from 4 Over Electric can provide invaluable consultations on how to keep a structure compliant with municipal, state and federal codes.

For nearly 10 years, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been working on new requirements in a number of key safety areas, including minimum approach distances for electrical wiring and electric arc protection. Earlier this month, the new rules were finally established and, while many building managers are glad to end years of uncertainty, several are also met with new and daunting challenges in order to ensure their structures are up to code. Fortunately, building owners and managers in Southern California can rely on the expert electrical contractors at 4 Over Electric to handle all their residential, commercial and industrial needs.

Some of the new requirements will be effective as of April 1st, 2015. However, many require compliance as of July 10th of this year, leaving little time for building owners to ensure their structures are up to code. Changes that need to be accomplished by April include identification of workers who are exposed to flame or electric arc hazards, adoption of new requirements for electrical protective equipment and protective footwear for those who work around certain electrical hazards. As a fully bonded and licensed, full-service electrical contractor, the team at 4 Over Electric can provide valuable insight on electrical issues, with an emphasis on safety and energy efficiency, making them a valuable presence throughout Southern California.

At 4 Over Electric, the professional, knowledgeable electricians boast impeccable knowledge regarding lighting, ceiling fans, fire alarm installation, circuitry cabling, electrical upgrades and much more. They're trusted by commercial, industrial and residential clients alike, due in large part to their ability to address the issues that are most pertinent to their customers, as well as guarantee to remain available for consultations before, during and after the work is completed. That means, whether you're familiar with electrical contracting or completely oblivious to the details of the work, you'll know your property is in good hands, and those under your care are well-protected from potential electrical hazards.

While the new OSHA guidelines might be cause for concern among many building owners, they really shouldn't be. In fact, it is expected that by following the new rules, many building managers will actually save significantly on power costs in the long run. To ensure your building is properly outfitted for electrical safety, contact 4 Over Electric today, and put your safety fears to rest. To learn more about the products and services available through 4 Over Electric, call (818)-646-6849 or (310)-421-2207, or visit www.4overelectric.com.

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