NFPA 70E 2015 Changes & Challenges: Hugh Hoagland to Present

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NFPA 70E 2015 Changes & Challenges: Hugh Hoagland to Present

Hugh Hoagland will be the presenter for another webinar this summer.

This will be a free 1-hour presentation when Hugh answers questions that have come up about NFPA 70E 2015 changes, and addresses questions that most commonly arise in the electrical industry concerning PPE.

* Arc flash study reduction for equipment >40 cal/cm²

* New arc resistant equipment and the limitations of use

* Implementing the new NO PPE rule for operations, risks and benefits and practical solutions

* New minimum label requirements for arc flash and best practices

* Help, our equipment manufacturer stopped at the MCC!

* What about the disconnect switches?

* Help, the rubber glove use requirements aren’t in the table!

* Table labels vs. Study Labels – What do we do?

* What is required in an NFPA 70E audit? Seems like three audits are required.

* What do I do IF there are NO labels?

Date: Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Time: 2 PM (ET) 11 AM (PT)


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About the Speaker:

Hugh Hoagland is one of the most active trainers and researchers in electric arc protection. His NFPA 70E and OSHA 1910.269/NESC Training Programs are used by many Fortune 500 companies and governmental agencies including Alcoa, GM, Toyota, Bechtel, DOE, and hundreds of electric utilities. Hugh has performed and developed testing (by original research and participation in ASTM, NFPA, ANSI, CSA, IEC and ISO standards groups) for the electric arc since 1994 and has performed over 50,000 electric arc tests.

Hugh serves as an expert witness and performs accident investigations. Hugh’s publications are numerous in IEEE and safety magazines, and he helped invent many arc rated materials used today


Elisa Sellars

Elisa has a background in education and language. She writes for the e-Hazard blog and is the adult education consultant for Train the Trainer classes.

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