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An arc flash can produce heat up to 35,000 °F. That's 4X as hot as the sun's surface. There's never a good day for an arc flash. To stay safe on the job, attitude, education, and preparation matter. In this blog post, we'll rattle off a few facts about arc flashes, workplace culture, and how to stay safe.

I came across an interesting article on EC&M that outlines 20 changes to 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC). In this article, EC&M teamed up with NEC Consultant, Mike Holt, to outline the crucial changes made during this NEC revision cycle.

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Because of the severe and often devastating consequences of arc flash incidents—which claim one life every workday—NFPA, along with the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), is mandating and enforcing safer electrical work practices. 1.6 Mb: Improve Safety with Arc Flash Labeling

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try standards to protect against arc flash and a solution to minimize arc flash exposure. DEFINING ARC FLASH An arc flash is an explosive blast of flame, debris, sound and force—the severity of which is determined by the distance from the arc and the amount of energy available. An arc flash can occur anywhere in an electrical system and