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By Premium-Power
One of the key elements to any construction project revolves around the electrical grid.
By IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop
Be a part of the Electrical Safety Workshop in Jacksonville, Florida, March 7-11, 2016, and help to “change the culture of electrical safety.” Submit your abstract for a Technical Paper, Tutorial, Case Study or Focus Session Poster now.
By IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop
Louisville, KY – As the exhausted attendees prepared to leave bourbon country, they stopped by to congratulate Hugh Hoagland, Chairman of the 2015 Electrical Safety Workshop.
IRISS Addresses Topics on New Products & Services Additionally Recognizes Top Channel Partners at Annual Conference
By IRISS, Inc.
Jim Seffrin Joins IRISS as Director of Training. He brings nearly 30 years of experience to the IRISS team.
By Tim Rohrer, ESW Planning Committee
The ESW is currently accepting proposals for technical papers for the 2013 ESW in Dallas, TX. Proposals are due not later than May 1, 2012.
By Principal
Updated electrical safety standard could mean your facility is non-compliant
By James Ward
National Safety Apparel would like to invite you to attend our exclusive webinar on our new light-weight 40 cal system, ArcGuard RevoLite. RevoLite™ weighs nearly 50% lighter than traditional cotton based systems.
By Michael Furtak
ARCAD announces the release of new DC Arc Flash Analytic (DCAFA V1.0) software program for arc flash and shock hazard analysis in DC power systems.
By Jack Rubinger
DuraLabel has launched a new portable, fully integrated label printing system called Toro.
By Jack Rubinger
Contest winners receive a free Kindle 3G ($189 value).
By Sandy Bell
Shermco Industries hosts electrical inspectors from around the state for the lastest in electrical training
By Ken Robertson
An arc flash is an electrical short that can create temperatures greater than 5,000 degrees fahrenheit, sending pieces of molten metal flying in all directions, and causing loss of sight, hearing, or even worse, life.
By D.L. Steiner, Inc.
D.L. Steiner, Inc. offers a complete, turnkey arc flash hazard safety program to help companies comply with OSHA's mandate to provide an electrically safe workplace for their employees.
By Etcetera Edutainment
Today, Etcetera Edutainment launched the beta version of its Electrical Incident Simulator (Low Voltage), a computer simulation tool safety trainers use to give trainees an in-depth view of serious electrical hazards.
Now, from ABB, power system communication is easier than ever, adding localized wireless communication to the available Modbus communication for remote monitoring. With ABB you are in complete control.
By Sandy Bell
Shermco Industries recently hosted an arc flash safety seminar for members of TXI.
ARCAD is pleased to introduce new ARC FLASH ANALYTIC ( AFA V3.0 ) software program for arc flash and shock hazard analysis.
By Michael Furtak
Arc-Flash-Analytic v 2.0 software tool has been developed based on IEEE 1584 Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations as an easy to use and comprehensive instrument for calculating arc incident energy, flash protection boundary and risk cat
By S. Bell, Inc. Public Relations
Executive vice president of Shermco Industries to be among presenters of Arc Flash seminar at WINDPOWER 2008 Conference & Exposition.
By Graphic Products, Inc.
New arc flash safety labeling software increases workplace safety and OSHA compliance with a convenient, user-friendly interface for creating, storing, and printing your own arch flash danger and warning labels and sings in-house.
By Graphic Products, Inc.
A new best practices guide to Arc Flash Labeling has been released by Graphic Products. This comprehensive guide provides complete coverage of arc flash labels, from a facility inspection to label content and application.
By Graphic Products
Graphic Products, a leading supplier of label and sign printing equipment and supplies, is pleased to announce the availability of the DuraLabel PRO arc flash label supply that meet NEC 2008 labeling requirements.

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