CSA Z462 Workplace Electrical Safety

Canadian CSA Z462 (Canada's version of NFPA 70E) discussion.
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IEEE 1584

IEEE Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations. Q&A and Discussion regarding standards for calculating arc flash, X Distance Factor, Two Second Rule, Incident Energy, Arcing Current, etc.
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NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code) New

Standard for minimizing the risk of electrical shock, fire, or explosions through safe electrical installations. This code meets the fundamental principles of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Standard 60364-1 Section 131.
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NFPA 70E New

Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. NFPA 70E Q&A, discussion, opinion, suggestions, and debate.
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OSHA CFR Title 29

Discussion of 1910 Subpart S, 1926 Subpart K, 1910.269, General Duty Clause, etc.
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Electrical Safety Practices

Electrical safety practices, policy, and procedure discussions.
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Equipment to Reduce Arc Flash Dangers

Arc Resistant Switchgear, Remote Racking of Breakers, and other Arc Flash reduction methods and devices.
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General Discussion

General Arc Flash and Electrical Safety discussions.
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Personal Protective Equipment

Which PPE level is required? What does the categories mean for you? Standards, testing, garment information, selection and application questions.
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Arc Flash Labels

Labels: Where, How, Why? How should the labels appear? Where do you place them? Ask and answer in this discussion.
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General Discussion

General Q&A about Arc Flash Studies.
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System Modeling and Calculations

The What, How, and Why of System Modeling and Calculations.
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High Voltage Training

For attendees of our High Voltage training class, we invite you to contribute and be part of the community.
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Low Voltage Training

If you have attended an e-Hazard Low Voltage class and would like to continue the classroom discussion, we welcome your input.
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Train the Trainer

For those of you who have taken our TTT class and would like to continue the conversation, we invite you to join this forum.
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