Arc Flash Hazards and Safety: Training, Protection, and Related Issues
02/24/2010 - Past Webcast
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Treatment facilities typically operate 24/7 with no power shutdowns, requiring electrical equipment to be worked on while it is energized. An arc flash, which can be an arc, explosion, or ball of fire, can occur when there is a failure or short circuit in the electrical equipment. This potential danger to workers requires managerial and worker awareness and training. This webcast was developed to advance that awareness, share lessons-learned by a panel of safety experts, and provide information to address operator and operations exposure to electrical work at water and wastewater plants.
Who Should Attend?
- Water, wastewater, and industrial plant operations and maintenance personnel
- Plant design engineers
- Plant management
- Safety Managers
- Understand the dangers associated with Arc Flash Hazards
- Present Hazard/Risk Category Classifications
- Provide training, including personal protective equipment
- Gain knowledge about water and wastewater operator and operations exposure to electrical work, and how to improve safety and prevent injury
- Expand awareness and knowledge of design considerations and other issues associated with arc flash hazards
The presentation team of training and safety experts includes:
- Tim Page-Bottorff, Total Safety Compliance, SSoHC Chair and Webcast Moderator
- John Bannen, Severn Trent Services
- Josef Berktold, Donohue and Associates
- Representative from the VWEA EVRAC 2009 Arc Flash Seminar