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Arc Flash 101: Causes, Preventions, & OSHA Standards

As defined by the Electrical Safety Forum, arc flashes are dangerous electrical events that occur when an electric current jumps across the gap between two conductors, creating an electrical arc. Arc flashes can reach temperatures up to 35,000°F and, contrary to popular belief, are not rare incidents. In fact, over 30,000 arc flash accidents occur annually, resulting in more than 400 fatalities a year in the U.S. alone.

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Top 5 Safety Hazards on a Worksite

Pearson Safety Solutions – 01/05/2023 Whether the worksite is in a factory environment or at an outdoor construction site, the manufacturing industry comes with health and safety hazards. Ensuring worker

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