Electrical safety: Great power, great responsibility
Download this eBook to help get a handle on what the changes to NFPA 70E mean to your facility and people.
NFPA 70E was updated in 2015 to incorporate the latest in electrical safety research, risk assessments, work practices, design considerations, and personal protective equipment (PPE) in an effort to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by shock, arc flash, and arc blast. It is essential to understand these changes and why they matter in order to remain compliant with OSHA regulations and to avoid risking lives, reduce liability, and prevent unexpected and costly downtime.
Download this eBook to help get a handle on what these changes mean to your facility and people, from conducting an arc flash risk assessment study to examples of NFPA-compliant safety labeling, and to learn about the latest technologies available to help prevent arc flash events.