Webcast: What to do after an arc flash study
Arc flash incidents extend beyond safety concerns and OSHA mandates to include business risks and other costs. What should be in your arc flash safety program?
Arc flash incidents extend beyond safety concerns and OSHA mandates to include business risks and other costs. Options for arc flash safety programs are many to mitigate high-risk areas. The program should integrate technologies and policies into a comprehensive plan to minimize personnel safety and business risks of arc flash incidents. How?
A Webcast on arc flash safety programs
– A framework for looking at arc flash from a broader perspective;
– Explanation of arc flash mitigating techniques, such as equipment labeling, personnel training, reduction of available fault current, shortening fault clearing time, moving people away from the arc, redirecting the arc fault, and preventing future faults; and
– Regulatory insights.
The Webcast, presented by Plant Engineering , another Reed Business Information publication, is sponsored by Eaton.
– Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief MHoske@cfemedia.com
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