Join NEC CMP-15 Principal member Mark Hilbert as he explains the details behind a video of an arc flash/blast event (Test No 4).

When responding to emergencies, including structure fires in one- and two-family housing units, safety is always at the top of the list of firefighter priorities.

This fundamentals session of #IAEINewsLive focuses on holiday electrical safety. Let's have a live discussion about keeping things safe these holidays. What we discuss during this session transcends holidays and should be kept in mind all year round.

By supplying intrinsically safe lighting products, industrial facilities can significantly enhance worker safety throughout the plant without worrying about dangerous settings

Electrical work requires eye safety equipment. Running wiring, replacing fixtures, and hanging brackets require tools to cut or drill holes in structures, which can kick up a lot of dust and other debris that can cause eye problems.

Renewed focus on safety can help make a difference in reducing electrically related deaths, injuries, and property losses. All workers must understand that every work environment presents different electrical hazards and learn how to prevent them.

The month of May is National Electrical Safety Month, an initiative sponsored by Electrical Safety Foundation International.

Electrical equipment can play an important role in minimizing arc flash hazards. The type of equipment specified, and where in an electrical system it’s installed, can significantly reduce the duration and threat of an arc flash incident.