Items Tagged with 'Electrical safety'

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Incident energy analysis

Can I use the personal protective equipment tables in NFPA 70E, or should I have an incident energy analysis performed?
Can I use the personal protective equipment tables in NFPA 70E, or should I have an incident energy analysis performed?
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Workplace holiday safety

With the holiday season underway, people are feeling festive – including at work. But whether you’re decorating your cubicle or taking part in the office potluck, safety should always remain a top priority.
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Proximity voltage detectors

PRXTM Proximity Voltage Detectors come in three versatile, lightweight and weather-resistant models, allowing linemen to safely and accurately verify voltage without coming in contact with the conductor.
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Employing high-resistance grounding technology

In the recent edition of NFPA 70E, high-resistance grounding is recognized as an arc flash reduction technology. In what way does employing HRG technology address the concern regarding arc flash?
In the recent edition of NFPA 70E, high-resistance grounding is recognized as an arc flash reduction technology. In what way does employing HRG technology address the concern regarding arc flash?
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OSHA releases bulletin on hydrogen gas purging

Washington – Hydrogen gas-cooled electric generators are used by many electric power plants, and employers should ensure the gas is properly purged before maintenance to minimize the risk of fatal flash fires, a new Safety and Health Information Bulletin from OSHA warns.
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Workplace electrical hazards

When thinking about where electrical hazards are commonly found, your first thought likely isn’t your office. However, the Georgia Institute of Technology states that electrical equipment used in offices can be hazardous and result in serious injuries if not properly maintained.
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