by , on September 29, 2009
It still amazes me when governmental agencies miss key recommendations in accident investigations. The CSB didn’t even mention flame resistant clothing in the Imperial Sugar combustible dust explosion when it could have clearly made a difference. The Chemical Safety Board’s recommendations rightly place the main focus on housekeeping and other recommendations but they fail as...
by , on September 28, 2009
I think not. This is an interesting video for several reasons but mostly because they don’t know what an arc flash is. No one is hurt. Not a big flash but it begs the question if these guys are qualified. Watch the YouTube Here…
by , on September 28, 2009
An article on arc flash appeared in an Entertainment Today subsidiary on health and fitness articles. This shows arc flash entering the mainstream which is a good thing but the article looks like a Wikipedia research project. It misses the whole point of this being an electrical phenonenom and most likely to strike in live...
by , on September 23, 2009
This is a strong example of the new agressiveness and focus of OSHA on electrical safety. It is the 4th most common killer so shock and arc flash safety are really becoming a higher focus for OSHA. Companies who implement ANSI Z10 compliant safety programs, work on SHARP (OSHA small business designation) or VPP status...
by , on September 19, 2009
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