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Basics of Arc Rated Clothing Layering

Wearing arc rated clothing over the top of other arc rated clothing is commonly referred to as layering. Layering can be an effective way of increasing protection from arc flash hazards while providing a higher level of employee comfort. However, the layering of arc...

When 500V gloves are not good enough for 480V work

Rozel recommends that electrical workers wear class 0 (1,000-volt max use) rubber insulating gloves when working within the restricted approach boundary of exposed energized electrical conductors or circuit parts operating at a nominal voltage of 480 volts. This often...
Are you as Safe at Home as you are at work?

Are you as Safe at Home as you are at work?

Being Safe at Home is just as important as when you’re at work. Are you renovating your house?  Maybe you are helping your neighbor troubleshoot an outlet that doesn’t work.  Although OSHA electrical safety standards do not apply when you’re away...
Oil Field Electrical Safety

Oil Field Electrical Safety

The one thing that pops into my mind when I hear someone talking about American being great is our ability to develop technology to overcome some of our most difficult problems. A great example would be the introduction of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling...