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    Mitigating Arc Flash Hazards

    OSHA enforces electrical workplace safety standards outlined in NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace®. Companies can take additional steps to reduce the potential for an arc flash. The white paper, “Mitigating Arc Flash Hazards” focuses on engineering controls to reduce risks.

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    Arc Flash Labels: A Sticky Situation

    Arc flash labeling requirements were first introduced in the National Electrical Code (NEC) in 2002 and subsequently appeared in NFPA 70E in 2009. While both standards require arc flash labels, there are some differences in their specific requirements. This paper focuses on the new labeling requirements resulting from recent revisions to the standards. It will also discuss some ‘sticky’ situations relative to labeling, as well as best practices and considerations for arc flash labels.

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    Roadmap to Compliance with NFPA 70E-2015

    Arc flash labeling requirements were first introduced in the National Electrical Code (NEC) in 2002 and subsequently appeared in NFPA 70E in 2009. While both standards require arc flash labels, there are some differences in their specific requirements. This paper focuses on the new labeling requirements resulting from recent revisions to the standards. It will also discuss some ‘sticky’ situations relative to labeling, as well as best practices and considerations for arc flash labels.

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    Arc Flash Reduction Systems – Are They Always a Good Idea?

    This data bulletin discusses the merits of using arc flash reduction systems . These systems are intended to protect electrical workers doing live or hot work (working on energized equipment) by reducing the arc flash incident energy levels.