Rubber Goods Best-Practices Training Webinar

Electrical line work is consistently ranked as one of the most dangerous jobs according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Prevent injuries on the job by following safety guidelines. Safety standards have been put in place for good reason – remember, only 1/8th of an inch separates you from the line.

Register for this free webinar, “Rubber Goods Best Practices,” from Hi-Line Utility Supply to learn:

  • Rubber goods care, maintenance, and OSHA requirements
  • Visual inspections and signs of visual failures
  • How to protect rubber goods and prolong equipment life
  • Electrical testing processes

Thursday, June 7th at 11 a.m. CDT


Friday, June 8th at 2 p.m. CDT:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Meet the Presenters

Mike Pazzanese, Director of Health, Safety, & Training

Mike Pazzanese, Director of Health, Safety, & Training and Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) for ElecComm, has 35 years of utility-related operations and safety experience. He is currently the Director of Health/Safety and Training at ElecComm Corporation in Wilmington, MA.

Chris Manos, Operations Manager

Chris Manos, Operations Manager at Hi-Line East, oversees operations and Rubber Lab Testing at Hi-Line East’s Millbury, MA, facility. Chris has over 4 years of experience with Hi-Line and over 14 years in operations. Chris has provided countless trainings to customers on the care and keeping of dielectric rubber goods and is well-versed in OSHA/ASTM standards.

Talen Wyns, Business Development

Talen Wyns is part of Hi-Line Utility Supply’s Business Development team. Talen values educating the crews that he meets every day while also taking care of their tool and equipment needs. Talen is committed to delivering the highest quality product and ensuring customer satisfaction.