New Book on Safe Work Practices for Green Energy Jobs

Written by a well-known utilities and environmental expert, this new book, SAFE WORK PRACTICES FOR GREEN ENERGY JOBS, explains how and why federal safety and other regulations apply to facilities and employees in multiple sectors of the green energy industry.

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Lancaster, PA (PRWEB) April 09, 2013

Written by a well-known utilities and environmental expert, this new book, SAFE WORK PRACTICES FOR GREEN ENERGY JOBS, explains how and why federal safety and other regulations apply to facilities and employees in multiple sectors of the green energy industry. The book clarifies what must be done to bring facilities' operations and job procedures into compliance with OSHA standards and at the same time offers information essential for developing and expanding safety training programs in wind energy, solar, geothermal and recycling facilities, as well as on green roof and weatherization job sites. The first part of the book describes procedures and practices in specific green energy jobs, thus spelling out areas where OSHA standards must be met. Part two reviews hundreds of current safety regulations, rules and standards. Citing documented cases of on-the-job accidents and incidents, the book emphasizes practical methods for implementing occupational health and hazard control procedures, as well as safe work practices.

For an in-depth description and full table of contents go to our web site destechpub.com.

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About the author
Frank R. Spellman is a retired Environmental Safety & Health Manager for a large sanitation district in Virginia and a former professor of Environmental Health at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Va. Author or co-author of 82 technical books, Spellman currently consults on environmental matters with the U.S. Dept.of Justice, as well as with law firms and environmental agencies worldwide. He holds a Ph.D. in environmental engineering.

Book Review

As more and more industries adopt green initiatives, this book is a must have. So many times the safety aspects of green projects are not addressed. This book covers the most current and popular green initiatives that many industries are using. This is a great reference book for anyone working within safety or project design or project management of green projects.
--Jennifer See, CSP, CHMM, Hampton Roads Sanitation District Safety Manager

Some of the highlights of the book include:

  •     Practical safety and OSHA information for management and workers in wind energy, solar energy, geothermal, green roof construction jobs
  •     Recycling, weatherization and biofuel
  •     Documented accident data
  •     Necessary resource for implementation, training and compliance

Chapters include:
1. Wind Energy
2. Solar Energy
3. Geothermal Energy
4. Biofuels
5. Recycling
6. Green Roofs
7. Hydrogen Fuel Cells
8. Weather Insulating and Sealing
9. Safe Work Practices, Standards and Regulations
10. Safety Tabs A-U.

Safe Work Practices for Green Energy Jobs is published by DEStech Publications, Inc., best known for advanced publications in engineering and science. ISBN: 978-1-60595-075-4, April 2013, 323 pages, 6x9, Soft cover, Price: $79.50.


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