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by , on November 10, 2009
Metergrabber stops an arc cold. Weight Balancing Arc Flash Shield 12 cal/cm2 Rating. Watch how it works!
by , on November 10, 2009
If you use NFPA 70E, you might have an idea to improve the standard. Did you know YOU can write the standard? All public proposals are handled by the committee. Not one can be ignored. If you have a idea of how to make the standard better, suggest it through NFPA. Read the NFPA Journal...
by , on November 10, 2009
OSHA's inspection found that workers at the 30 Elm St. worksite were exposed to electrocution hazards while working within 10 feet of energized high-voltage power and service lines
by , on November 6, 2009
Here is another one. Fortunately when these happen most often, no one is present. DTE Energy is developing strategies to determine when they are probable from a electrical worker perspective. DTE is using infra-red detection, Arc Flash Blankets tested with ASTM F2676 and arc flash clothing tested to meet ASTM F1506 to help protect workers....
by , on November 6, 2009
Don’t know if they can get one for $80-120K with this kind of travel needs but I’ll help. Click here to see the job.
by , on November 6, 2009
Many years ago Claude Maurice from Kinectrics and Hugh Hoagland from e-hazard.com and ArcWear.com collabarated to create fans for arc flash hoods. Steelgrip, NSA and Stanco all three worked with us on developing hoods. Steelgrip patented a removable design and now NSA has a new one which is removable (not breaking Steelgrip’s patent). These cooling...
by , on November 6, 2009
OSHA Citation on fatality results in fines surrounding electrical safety. Fatality unrelated. Additionally, OSHA’s inspection identified unmarked exit doors and a lack of emergency exit route lighting, no eyewash or drenching facilities for employees working with corrosive chemicals, a lack of material safety data sheets and chemical hazard communication training, unguarded open-sided floors, a missing...
by , on November 6, 2009
I love to read this because Ontario has ONE authority over electrical safety and they have excellent stats. It is among the best in the world. Click here to see all the linked reports.
by , on November 6, 2009
Electrical Safety Web Workshop Session 10: NFPA 70E / CSA Z462 – Approach Boundaries, Definitions & PPE Requirements Date: Friday, November 13, 2009 Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST Two of the biggest sources of questions related to NFPA 70E and CSA Z462 relate to the definitions of the approach boundaries and the selection...
by , on November 3, 2009
See the EHS article on the NSC presentation.