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    Just a Reminder

    Always check the arc flash rating sticker located on the equipment to determine proper PPE needed to open, inspect, or work on equipment. If there isn't an arc flash rating sticker assigned to that equipment; the technician should refer to NFPA 70E before moving forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romeroduke View Post
    Always check the arc flash rating sticker located on the equipment to determine proper PPE needed to open, inspect, or work on equipment. If there isn't an arc flash rating sticker assigned to that equipment; the technician should refer to NFPA 70E before moving forward.
    What do you guys do when you find a label that says "Dangerous! No Safe PPE exists"?

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