It doesn’t get any better! The Cord Control System puts money in your pocket while reducing electrical hazards OSHA points to as important!
OSHA - Electrical Incidents
Here’s what OSHA has to say about “strain relief” regarding electrical cords and workplace safety:
“To reduce hazards, flexible cords must connect to devices and to fittings in ways that prevent tension at joints and terminal screws. Flexible cords are finely stranded for flexibility, so straining a cord can cause the strands of one conductor to loosen from under terminal screws and touch another conductor.”
Broken or loose cords, especially at the plug end, lead to down time and repair costs. Strategically placed, a cord control unit can relieve the strain on a cord connection reducing both the cost and the potential for an electrical hazard.
Cord damage is also a concern for OSHA:
“A flexible cord may be damaged by door or window edges, by staples and fastenings, by abrasion from adjacent materials, or simply by aging. If the electrical conductors become exposed, there is a danger of shocks, burns, or fire.”
The Cord Control System is all about managing flexible cords and hoses in a way that isolates them from potential damage. Again, a workplace hazard is controlled even as you save on downtime and repair costs.
Wet floors and electrical cords are not a marriage made in heaven. According to OSHA:
“When a cord connector is wet, electric current can leak to the equipment grounding conductor, and to humans who pick up that connector if they provide a path to ground. Such leakage can occur not just on the face of the connector, but at any wetted portion. Limit exposure of connectors and tools to excessive moisture by using watertight or sealable connectors.”
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