- Lockout/Tagout Expanded knowledge - Prepare and implement job-specific lockout/tagout procedures.
- Hazards of Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition [PDF] By thinking through and planning each step, the process of establishing an electrically safe work condition can be done safely and without exposing yourself to unnecessary hazards.
- Electrical Risk Hazard Analysis [PDF] When a risk hazard analysis is properly performed there is a substantially reduced chance of injury. Also, NFPA 70E orders you to perform the analysis.
- General Lockout/Tagout Example [PDF] In this example you will see how general lockout/tagout procedures should be drafted.
- Thorough Knowledge of NFPA 70E
- Understanding 2015 Changes to NFPA 70E [PDF] This paper provides an overview of the safety and maintenance changes in NFPA 70E 2015 that most impact the electrical safety programs in place at industrial facilities and among other major power users.
- Less Than Zero 2015 NFPA 70E "0" For PPE Selectionódeleted
- NFPA-70E Table 130.7(C)(16) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) The proper selection and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will reduce the risk of arc-flash and other electrical hazards to workers.
- NFPA 70E 2012: 20 Most Frequently Asked Questions [PDF] Take a look at the top 20 questions that have been fielded about NFPA 70E 2012.
- NFPA 70E 2012 Compliance Guide [PDF] This printable matrix lists the appropriate PPE levels for common electrical tasks.
- The Lost Chapter of NFPA 70E [PDF] A brief history of NFPA 70E.
- No-Outage Testing and NFPA 70E [PDF] This column discusses some of the most noteworthy safety evolutions for nooutage inspections that have taken place over recent years.
- Tables, Labels, and HRCs [PDF] Many programs and companies performing arc-flash hazard analysis put the Hazard/Risk category on their labels in an attempt to guide workers to the correct PPE and clothing; however, one should be careful not to mix the two concepts, tables and labels.
- NFPA 70E and the NESC [PDF] There are exemptions available to certain locales and classifications of personnel and equipment. One of particular interest is the exemption of electric utility workers from the NFPA 70E.
- NFPA 70E Review An Electrical Safety Standard Quiz
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