When it comes to electrical safety, one of the major concerns is the risk of an arc flash, which is an electrical explosion as a result of a low-impedance connection.
Such explosions can result in serious injuries and fatalities. For that reason, the National Fire Protection Association developed a document of workplace electrical safety requirements. That document, the NFPA 70E, dedicates a significant portion of its content to the prevention of accidents related to the arc flash hazard.
This paper will provide you with:
- How to create the proper “ARC Flash Boundary” from the NFPA 70E Law
- The Main Purpose of the Arc Flash Boundary Law
- How Banner Stakes Products can help you meet workplace safety standards.