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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 26–29, 2016
Paper Number: ASSE-16-542
.... NFPA electrical safety codes including NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code), NFPA 79 (Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery), and NFPA 70B (Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance) provide guidance for engineering controls to electrical hazards and are typically cited by OSHA...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 24–27, 2013
Paper Number: ASSE-13-542
... reducing workers' compensation costs and other less obvious costs of work-related injuries and illnesses. osha 1910 requirement us government hsse standard electrical safety program electrical equipment employer procedure compliance nec 110 inspection program work practice cfr 1910...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 24–27, 2013
Paper Number: ASSE-13-656
... equipment in flammable atmospheres to ensure that the electrical equipment does not become a source of ignition to the identified flammable atmosphere. The same hazardous area classification approach may be used to identify areas where ignitable atmospheres could be present under both normal and abnormal...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 3–6, 2012
Paper Number: ASSE-12-543
... must be an integral part of all electrical equipment and systems design and installations. An in-depth knowledge and understanding of all applicable codes, standards, and regulations is a must for electrical safety in design. Safety professionals and officers knowledgeable in electrical equipment...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 12–15, 2011
Paper Number: ASSE-11-679
... organizations, the focus and improvement in electrical safety programs have largely addressed electrical workers whose primary work tasks involve construction, operation and or maintenance of electrical equipment. However, nearly 50% of those who suffer workplace electrical injuries and fatalities...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 12–15, 2011
Paper Number: ASSE-11-7190
... of the PPE. Multi-Employer Relationship (working with contractors) – All of the above topics must be addressed when developing the multi-employer relationship program. electric arc employer electrical hazard analysis protective equipment electrical equipment contractor electricity...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 13–15, 2010
Paper Number: ASSE-10-764
... electrical safety program incident us government inspection safety risk management compliance electrical equipment conductor hazard analysis regulation procedure boundary cfr 1910 electrical arc Session No. 764 Electrical Safety Risk Management Dennis K. Neitzel, CPE Director AVO Training...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exhibition, June 28–July 1, 2009
Paper Number: ASSE-09-518
... Introduction There are three major hazards of electricity: electrical shock, electrical arc-flash, and electrical arc-blast. These electrical hazards in the workplace pose a significant risk of injury or death to any employee who may be in the vicinity of electrical equipment when energized...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exhibition, June 9–12, 2008
Paper Number: ASSE-08-540
... within only a few inches of each other in electrical equipment without "flashing-over" to each other. However, when even a small arc occurs near electrical conductors, the energy of the arc converts the Oxygen to Ozone which creates a very conductive atmosphere within the electrical equipment...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exhibition, June 9–12, 2008
Paper Number: ASSE-08-665
... cloud operational safety ignite particle size sphere apparatus electrical industrial apparatus electrical equipment moisture content ignition source explosion Dust Explosion Hazard Assessment explosion protection measure 1 Session No. 665 Dust Explosion Hazard Assessment and Control Vahid...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 11–14, 2006
Paper Number: ASSE-06-504
... professional IEEE Transaction Health & Medicine electrical safety information application Artificial Intelligence electrical equipment personal protective equipment arc hazard assessment injury personal protective clothing control measure Session No. 504 Electric Arc Hazard Assessment...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 12–15, 2005
Paper Number: ASSE-05-702
... electrical equipment dust cloud explosion protection measure explosion electrical industrial apparatus dust explosion hazard assessment Session No. 702 Dust Explosion Hazard Assessment Vahid Ebadat, Ph.D. Chilworth Technology, Inc. Plainsboro, NJ Introduction The majority of powders that are used...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 7–10, 2004
Paper Number: ASSE-04-766-1
... Explosive Concentration" of dust clouds can be determined by laboratory testing. electrical industrial apparatus Discharge electrical equipment Dust Explosion Hazard Assessment ignition source operational safety concentration dust cloud explosion Dust Explosion minimum explosive...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 25–28, 2000
Paper Number: ASSE-00-073
..., electrical equipment and/or appliances as cause. Electrical distribution, which Includes fixed wiring, switches, fuses, circuit breakers, cords, signs, lamps, ballast's or receptacles and similar, accounts for 7.8% of the fire fatalities and 6.8% of the injuries. 1992–96 NFPA Survey data, March 1998 report...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exhibition, June 13–16, 1999
Paper Number: ASSE-99-069
... IN FIRES: Most fires (46.4%) in Industry and Manufacturing have electrical distribution, electrical equipment and/or appliances as cause. Electrical distribution, which Includes fixed wiring, switches, fuses, circuit breakers, cords, signs, lamps, ballast's or receptacles and similar, accounts...

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