Understanding How NFPA 70E and Other Standards Establish Electrical Safety at High Voltages
Many industrial commercial users of power have both high and low voltage installations, yet many are puzzled by which regulations to follow. We have seen users default to full flash suits, simply because they are working with high voltage. At a recent standards meeting, a group of experts went off on a tangent and began discussing the differences between the rule sets. If the experts are asking these kinds of questions, then end users probably have the same questions, too.
This webinar first defines and then discusses the standards and regulations for low and high voltage installations. We will discuss how these standards should be implemented via a risk assessment. Finally, we will conclude with the applicable use of the various shock and arc rated PPE and clothing required for each of these voltage levels. The webinar caters for both safety professionals and electrical specialists.
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DATE: June 16, 2022
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Zarheer Jooma, P.E., IEEE (SM’17)
Zarheer performs electrical network design, arc flash studies, electrical safety training and auditing. He has convened and chaired arc flash safety standards and is a member of both ASTM and IEC electrical safety standards committees regulating arc rated PPE. Zarheer has published several peer-reviewed papers on Electrical Safety, spoken at numerous safety conferences both locally and internationally, contributed to wording on the NFPA70E standard, performed several arc flash incident investigations, and is currently working on updating IEEE1584.1 regarding the scoping of arc flash engineering studies. He holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering, is a registered professional engineer, and a senior member of the IEEE.
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Date: Jun 16, 2022
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 Hour