Newsletter | June 3, 2013

06.03.13 -- Solutions To Protect Workers From Arc Flash Events Unveiled

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The Missing Link In Arc Flash Analysis: Risk Assessment
By Charles Helmick, Training Manager, AVO Training Institute
In the Fall of 2001 the 2002 National Electric Code (NEC) introduced a new requirement. Article 110.16 required electrical equipment to be field marked to warn qualified persons about the arc flash hazard associated with exposed energized conductors.

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