Hugh Hoagland Presents: Arc Rated Personal Protective Equipment
Many across the world use arc rated PPE on a daily basis, but not many users are aware of the background of all things arc rated. During this webinar we will share some history of arc rated PPE, some types of AR fabric, types of AR PPE, and the local and international standards governing the manufacturing and testing of the fabric and associated components.
This webinar will discuss frequently asked questions about AR PPE such as the proper specification, proper care, and limitations of use. We will delve into matching the correct PPE to the hazard and demonstrate a few cases of AR PPE in action. The webinar aims to cover daily workwear, flash suits, face shields, AR blankets, gloves, winterwear, and rainwear.
Register below for this free webinar!
DATE: January 28, 2021
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Hugh Hoagland is an expert on electrical arc testing and electrical safety. He has helped write standards for ASTM, NFPA and IEC/ISO to protect against electric arcs and flash fires. Hugh works for ArcWear- A Kinectrics Company (www.arcwear.com) and founded e-Hazard (www.e-hazard.com). He performs arc testing, consulting and electrical safety training
Zarheer Jooma is a partner at e-Hazard. He has a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, is professionally registered in the State of Kentucky, and a senior member of the IEEE. Zarheer presents Arc Flash safety training, performs arc flash engineering studies, and serves as a SME accident investigations. Zarheer and Hugh are members of IEC TC78 and ASTM F18. Zarheer is one of the contributing editors of IEEE WG P1584.1.
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Duration: 1 Hour