Plant Services Webinar: Troubleshooting energized electrical hazards

Troubleshooting and other energized electrical work tasks expose the worker to the hazards of electrical arc flash and shock.

Work on exposed, energized electrical equipment is commonplace in industrial and commercial facilities. The most common energized electrical work task is troubleshooting of electrical controls and components. Troubleshooting and other energized electrical work tasks expose the worker to the hazards of electrical arc flash and shock. NFPA 70E 2012, "Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace," and OSHA 1910, Subpart S, provide safe work practices for the energized electrical worker who's faced with these electrical hazards. Join us as we speak with John Waggoner, Flir Infrared Training Center, and Phil Allen, Grace Engineered Products, about troubleshooting energized electrical hazards in today's plants.   

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