"An arc flash is an electrical explosion caused by the breakdown of the resistance of air and an electrical arc in the air. The term, arc flash, primarily describes the intense heat and radiant (light) energy released by the explosion. Arc flash incidents can result in serious injury, death, and violent fires. Topics covered: What is Arc Flash? Motivation behind Electrical and Arc Flash Safety. Getting Started with NFPA 70e. Procedures to implement now."
Certification Level: Level II Maintenance
Date of Presentation: 3/23/2011
NADCA's Online Education Portal is available for purchase for North American NADCA Members and Non Members only.
Please log in to add this course to your cart.