NFPA 70e Arc Flash Labels

NFPA 70e Arc Flash Labels

Reviewing Arc Flash Labels and the NFPA 70e Standard Whenever working on equipment in a facility there are going to be risks associated with the job. In cases when the equipment must be energized in order to perform a maintenance[…]

Arc Flash Explosions & Prevention

Arc Flash Explosions & Prevention

Most commonly, the hazards we associate with electricity and exposed electrical equipment are those due to direct contact. In these cases, a worker might accidentally touch an uninsulated wire or piece of electrical equipment, and momentarily become a conductor themselves.[…]

Arc Flash PPE

Arc Flash PPE

An arc flash can easily be deemed as one of the most hazardous events to occur within a workplace. However, despite constant care and maintenance of electrical tools, an arc flash can still occur with basically no warning at all.[…]

Arc Flash: Common Beliefs Debunked

Arc Flash: Common Beliefs Debunked

Even though many people know and understand the hazards associated with arc flashes, there are still some people that quite frankly act “untouchable” when it comes to certain safety hazards in the workplace. We all know these people, they are[…]

Arc Flash Boundaries

Arc Flash Boundaries

There are many possible hazards within industrial work environments; however, an arc flash is potentially one of the most deadly and debilitating dangers. An arc flash can be described as an arc-shaped electrical current that leaves its intended path and[…]