New Requirements in Arc Flash and Arc Blast Safety
How safe is your work environment? Injuries from arc blast and arc flash have changed the way everydaay tasks are done while working around electricity. Industry standards, in particular, NFPA 70E-2009 National Electrical Code, detail the requirements necessary to mitigate risks to help keep workers safe from electrical hazards in the work place.
In 2009, NFPA published a major update to this electrical safety code. Understanding this revised standard is critical to implementing safe-related work practices, maintenance, special equipment requirements and installation-key elements to ensure worker safety in your facility.
Join us for a power packed 45 minute educational webinar to learn about these new requirements for arc flash and arc blast. Find out whatt safety measures are required for your staff, contractors, and visitors.
Arc Flash Ruling
Arc Flash Hazard
Flash Hazard Statistics
Protecting the Electrical Worker
Arc Flash Hazard Boundary Terms
What is an Arc Flash Calculation?
PPE Selections (NFPA 70E(copyright))
Over-current Protective Devices
Arc Flash Considerations
Safety-related Work Practices