Arc Flash Is Regulated By NFPA 70E NEC And OSHA ESS Offers Nationwide Training

Arc flash occurs when an electric current passes through air between ungrounded conductors or between ungrounded conductors and grounded components. The temperatures can reach 35,000°F. Exposure to these extreme temperatures can cause severe burns to the skin and ignite clothing. The majority of hospital admissions due to electrical accidents are from arc flash burns, not…

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PPE Requirements Are Important For Arc Flash Safety ESS Electrical Safety Specialists

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is an important line of defense in arc flash safety. Arc flash PPE requirements should feature head-to-toe protection against serious electrical hazards so you’re able to get the job done in the safest, most efficient and professional manner possible. Appropriate arc flash PPE requirements includes fire- and heat-resistant gear to protect…

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