Arc flash dangers such as shock, electrocution, and arc blast pressure wave are ever-present workplace risks. Proper planning safety awareness, arc flash training and the development of arc flash safety personal protection strategies, can be implemented to minimize the risk of injury or death. An electrical explosion in an electrical system can be devastating. Arc Flash Electrical safety is the leading subject in the North American power industry. Electrical arc flash accidents are extremely debilitating and often fatal, depending on the voltage and amperage involved, as well as the conditions of electrocution. This Arc Flash/Electrical Safety Channel articles inform readers about various issues, including: arc fault causes, how arc flash occurs, arc flash hazard recognition, arc flash boundary protection, incident energy, and how to de energize electrical equipment including circuit breakers before service. This Channel is designed to give readers a general overview of major subjects such as NFPA 70e, CSA Z462, arc flash ppe, arc flash videos, arc flash training, electrical safety rules, electrical shock hazard, short circuit study, and electrical safety program development.
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