New OSHA regulations for arc flash safety -- what does this mean for you?

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OSHA has recently added a new regulation: “Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution and Electrical Protective Equipment.” This paper will outline the background of the changes and offer best practices for how you can make your business safer by protecting against arc flash hazards.

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