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Blog Author Steve Hudgik

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Arc Flash Electrical Safety

Jack Rubinger has an article on the DuraLabel web site about improving electrical safety by following the current NFPA 70E code.  The opening paragraph states:

"To ensure standards remain relevant, National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) updates their 70E guide every three years and 2012 falls on one of those years. In the 2009 version of the NFPA 70E, standards for electrical equipment only required arc flash labels to display available incident energy or required level of PPE. NFPA did not single out specific pieces of electrical equipment for customized labeling. In fact, electrical equipment labeling has never been a well-defined standard or code by NFPA until now."

Read Jack's arc flash safety article here.

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