Electrical safety is one of the most overlooked work hazards employees face, with electric arc flash being the most prevalent risk when working around energized parts. Electric arc flash is a dangerous explosion caused by an electrical fault.

arc flash send 2,000 people to burn centers each year
electrical injuries in general ranked fourth in workplace fatalities. Most of these fatalities occured when working with less than 600 volts

Did You Know?

NFPA 70E is an industry standard which outlines how to properly protect your employees and create a safe working environment, as well as help your company comply with government regulations.

NFPA 70E applies to all personnel working on energized equipment greater than 50 volts or equipment that could produce an arc flash – which means virtually every industry has employees at risk.