Electrical & ARC Flash Protection

Electrical & ARC Flash Protection refers to the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other measures to protect workers from the hazards associated with working with electricity and electrical equipment. Electrical hazards include the risk of electric shock, electrocution, and fires, while arc flash hazards refer to the risk of burns and other injuries from the intense heat and light produced by an electrical arc. By using the appropriate protective equipment and following safety procedures, workers can protect themselves from electrical and arc flash hazards and help ensure a safe work environment.

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