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Arc Flash Protection Safety Manual Program

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Arc Flash Protection Safety Manual Program

Table of Contents

  1. PROTECTING YOU AND YOUR WORKERS
  2. DEFINITIONS
  3. PROTECTION AGAINST ARC FLASH
  4. ARC FLASH HAZARD ASSESSMENT
  5. DETERMINE ELECTRICAL ARC FLASH HAZARD BOUNDARY
  6. CREATING A SAFE WORK ZONE
  7. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
  8. CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF PPE
  9. OTHER HIGH VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS

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Arc Flash Protection Safety Manual Program

Chapter Section

PROTECTING YOU AND YOUR WORKERS

OSHA requires the use of protective equipment when working where potential electrical hazards exist, although the agency does not specify how to select personal protective equipment. OSHA requires the employer to assess workplace hazards and the need for personal protective equipment, but it does not specify how to conduct hazard assessments.
Although OSHA doesn’t directly state what to do about arc-flash hazards, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.132(d) (1) requires employers to evaluate the workplace for hazards. And based on these assessments, the employer must select and require the use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) for its employees.