Do I need Arc Flash Protection?

Do I need Arc Flash Protection?

Arc Flash Awareness
If your company employs workers that operate on or near to electrical sources, then it is a requirement to have a comprehensive understanding of the NFPA 70E regulations. Within Article 110 of these regulations, the general safety requirements for working with electricity are detailed. Read on to understand whether you are required to wear Arc Flash Protection.
Your last line of defence!

Your last line of defence!

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Within certain industries it is of vital importance that workers wear Arc and Flame Resistant personal protective equipment (PPE) in order to keep them safe whilst working on live electricity. This includes workers in the electrical engineering, thermal generation, wind generation, petrochemical, rail, and utilities industries.

SKANWEAR®: 2020 GLOBAL ZERO HARM

SKANWEAR®: 2020 GLOBAL ZERO HARM

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Global Zero Harm – An Achievable Goal for 2020 

Despite the many challenges associated with achieving zero harm, SKANWEAR® are focusing their efforts in helping Global Energy Companies achieve this for their workforce as part of their brand new Global 2020 Zero Harm campaign. After all, no company wants to face the moral accusation in setting injury targets that mean they are effectively planning to hurt a certain amount of their workers. 

It is our commitment to reduce the risk of the activities performed within the global energy industry that has seen SKANWEAR® innovate and become a leader in developing Arc Flash personal protective clothing and equipment.

Through our six Zero Harm Pillars, SKANWEAR® are helping Global Energy Companies achieve Global Zero Harm in 2020. 

Why wear Arc Flash Base Layers

Why wear Arc Flash Base Layers

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It's Anthony Long from STRATA® Protection. I'm here to talk to you about the benefits of underwear or Arc Flash Base Layers. Not the underwear that you may be thinking of, but this is industrial underwear for everyday working conditions to protect you in terms of a number of things, both protecting you from heat, protecting you over-heating, and keeping your body climate the right temperature.
How does Flame Retardant Clothing work?

How does Flame Retardant Clothing work?

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Flame Retardant garments are a necessity for any employee who may be at risk of coming into contact with Electric Arc Events, Flash Fires or combustible dust explosions to protect the skin against burns and minimise the risk of injury.

Burns are a common health & safety issue in some workplaces, especially those that work with naked flames, chemicals and high temperatures.

Whats the difference between Treated Fabric and Inherent Fabric?

Whats the difference between Treated Fabric and Inherent Fabric?

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The main difference between these two fabrics is the process that is used at the final stage in order to make the product flame resistant, but which type of fabric should you opt for given your working environment?