Original recording date: October 20, 2020
Duration: 23:11 minutes
Each year, hospital emergency rooms treat more than 4,000 injuries associated with electrical extension cords. In this webcast, AEU loss control manager Ray Ruiz gives examples of how this often-overlooked hazard can be a matter of life or death for longshore workers. He also covers how to properly inspect, maintain, repair, and replace extension cords to keep workers safe.
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Ray Ruiz joined The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. in July 2014. He serves as a Loss Control Manager. Prior to joining AEU, Ray worked for a large shipyard in Port Arthur, Texas. Ray holds numerous certifications from OSHA and the Texas Department of Health. He is a Shipyard Competent Person and certified in HAZWOPER, Radiological Emergency Management, First Aid and CPR. He received an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Environmental Safety and Health, with specialization in Occupational Safety and Health from Texas State Technical College.