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Risk Reduction: Arc Flash & Electrocution

White paper from IRISS

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Electrical accidents, such as arc flashes, happen daily. However, there are ways companies and individuals can reduce the occurrence of these accidents and protect both workers and equipment from the physical, financial, and statutory consequences. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) regulation 70E provides a reference for facilities to meet the requirements of electrical workplace safety while regulation 70B outlines the best practices for setting up and maintaining a Conditioned-Based Management (CBM) program.

— Michael Riccio, m.riccio@iriss.com, Global Marketing Manager, IRISS

 

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