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Old 2/6/13, 10:37 AM
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Default Home Inspector Safety & the Dangers of Arc Flashes.

https://www.nachi.org/arc-flash-dangers.htm
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Old 2/6/13, 2:18 PM
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Default Re: Home Inspector Safety & the Dangers of Arc Flashes.

Excellent post, sometimes we don't realize the dangers of what we do.
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Old 2/6/13, 2:30 PM
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Default Re: Home Inspector Safety & the Dangers of Arc Flashes.

THE LEFT HAND RULE .

This has saved me from serious damage.
Remember use your left hand to throw all Switches .
This puts you to the side if something is wrong .


http://electricalsafety.lbl.gov/Arc_flash_videos.html



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Old 2/6/13, 2:32 PM
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Default Re: Home Inspector Safety & the Dangers of Arc Flashes.

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THE LEFT HAND RULE .

This has saved me from serious damage.
Remember use your left hand to throw all Switches .
This puts you to the side if something is wrong .


http://electricalsafety.lbl.gov/Arc_flash_videos.html
Great advice and reminder. Thanks Roy.



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