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Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Free Arc Flash Labeling Webinar - NFPA 70E 2012

Free Safety Webinar
January 25, 2012: New Standards for Arc Flash LabelsArc Flash Webinar

New labeling standards just published by the NFPA require arc flash labels to display more information than previously required.  And arc flash labels must be used on many more types of electrical equipment than previously required.

This FREE arc flash labeling webinar is being provided by Graphic Products. It will explain many of the new NFPA 70E arc flash labeling standards and describe what is needed to be in compliance with the new standards.

The Date:
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern

Who Should Attend?

Industrial Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Industrial Hygienists, Safety Supervisors, and all other electrical professionals.
  • Learn where arc flash labels must be posted
  • Find out what new information arc flash labels must display
  • See how labeling software makes compliance easy
Presenter: Eric Johnson, Arc Flash Product SpecialistEric "Flash" Johnson
For more than 3 years Mr. Johnson has served as both a product specialist and technical writer at DuraLabel. His industrial research and writing have been and continue to be instrumental in helping the company develop new labeling products for electrical professionals and others in the electrical industry.
There will be plenty of information to help today's electrical professional comply with these latest standards and provide improved safety near arc flash hazards.

Remember, the new NFPA 70E standards are already in effect. Use the webinar to get up to speed on what is required for arc flash labeling.

Register for the Graphic Products Arc Flash Webinar

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Anonymous Johann Michael said...

Such type of events and seminars should be attended by anyone who is related to safety issues of a workplace be it an office or a factory or anything else. It is that issue which cannot be neglected because of the danger associated with it. It is matter of human life and for it's safety we would have to take all precautionary measures and such type of seminars are a perfect way to do so.

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