Whitepaper: Arc Flash safety: What’s Real, What’s Not, and What YOU Need to Do to Ensure Compliance

Anywhere that electricians or other service technicians are performing energized work, the potential exists for an arc flash incident.


Arc flash is a real problem. Not only is it real, but it is a danger that extends beyond power plants and industrial sites to office buildings, hospitals, schools and retail spaces.




Anywhere that electricians or other service technicians are performing energized work, the potential exists for an arc flash incident. Not only does the potential exist, but the danger is just as high in a 2,000 square foot office as it is in a 500,000 square foot textile plant.


If you are a plant manager or maintenance supervisor the information contained in this whitepaper, authored by The Snell Group, will help you understand the realities of NFPA and OSHA requirements and what you need to do to ensure compliance.







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