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What is arc flash?

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What is arc flash?
Simply put, Arc Flash is an electrical explosion. Chances are you have even seen one yourself. Ever pulled the plug out of a wall socket and seen a spark? That my friend is an Arc Flash! Although it is small, because the power is only 120 volts and only a couple of amps, that arc flash can become quite severe and even deadly when it occurs in a 480-volt electrical system that is carrying 20,000 plus amps, like most commercial facilities do. This is exactly why the NFPA, National Fire Protection Agency, has taken strong measures to mitigate this specific kind of electrical hazard. For the past ten years I have been educating business/building owners and their staff on this potentially deadly event. Which is exactly why you came here in the first place, to learn about arc flash. What you don’t know can, and often does, hurt you. That is why I do what I do. I help people like you, “Protect your assets: employees, vendors, and property” and limit your financial Liability!
Our list of services are...
Here is our comprehensive list of NFPA 70E services.
  1. Arc Flash Safety Training
  2. Arc Flash NFPA 70E Safety Training
  3. Arc Flash Facility Compliance
  4. Arc Flash Risk Assessment
  5. Arc Flash Safety-Related Electrical Maintenance Requirements
  6. Arc Flash PPE Selection Guidance
  7. Online Partial Discharge Testing
  8. 40 Year Recertification Inspection
  9. Learn How To Sell Arc Flash
Who is the founder?
Martin, or as his friends refer to him, Marty is a graduate of Sandler Sales Institute; a veteran trainer of “PSS” by Xerox, excelled at Wilson Learning’s Managing Interpersonal Relationships and achieved a 4.0 grade average for over 4 years of “Industrial Inside Wiring” technical training. In 2012 Martin was trained as a “Certified TEGG Representative” for Carpenter Electric in West Palm Beach, FL and as such conducts Arc Flash Safety Training seminars for a variety of industrial, commercial, governmental, and healthcare facility managers.

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