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Arc Flash Electrical Safety and NFPA 70E Training

NFPA 70E has improved workplace electrical safety for electrical employees and contractors. These new electrical safety guidelines take into account electrical shock hazards as well as the dangers of the Arc Flash. These NFPA training videos illustrate electrical shock hazards and reenact an Arc Flash so that workers can be aware of Arc Flash boundaries. The electrical safety videos in this section can convince electrical workers of the need for taking preventative measures such as wearing Arc Flash clothing and practicing the NFPA 70E training requirements. Watching these electrical safety videos and practicing the NFPA 70E training will improve workplace electrical safety; crucial for a safe work environment.

 
                          



2018 NFPA 70E: Safe Electrical Work Practices
Product Code: NFPA18

This program explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E Standard and discusses how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock and arc-flash hazards presented by exposed energized parts.
A qualified electrical worker wearing the proper PPE and utilizing safe electrical work practices
Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers
Product Code: EQW

The purpose of this program is to explain the safety precautions a qualified electrical worker must always take to avoid needless tragedies while performing any type of electrical work.
A re-enactment of the injuries Mark Standifer suffered from an arc flash or arc blast incident
The Mark Standifer Story: Lessons Learned from an Arc Flash Tragedy
Product Code: TMSS

While installing relays on the door of a 13,800-volt switchgear, Mark made several crucial errors resulting in a tragedy that will affect Mark and his family for the rest of their lives. In this powerful program, viewers will see the mistakes he made and
Arc flash incident survivor Mark Standifer discussing shock and burn hazards for electrical workers
Mark Standifer's Electrical Safety Briefing
Product Code: MSESB

As a survivor of an arc flash incident, Mark stresses the importance of thinking about what we are doing and being aware of all shock and burn hazards when performing electrical job tasks.