2018 NFPA 70E Changes Video


Learn about the major changes to the 2018 Edition of NFPA 70E on your own schedule – for FREE!

This video is based on Jim’s 2018 NFPA 70E changes article that was published in May 2017 for Multi-Award Winning Electrical Contractor Magazine.

In this video, Jim Phillips takes you though many of the major changes to the 2018 Edition.

  • Many new and revised definitions such as Working Distance
  • Arc Flash Boundary revised definition emphasizes 1.2 cal/cm2
  • Why the 40 calories per square centimeter threshold was deleted.
  • New requirements for incident investigation
  • Complete reorganization of Article 120
  • A greater emphasis on the risk assessment
  • Deletion of PPE standards from the mandatory text
  • New addition of conformity assessment for PPE
  • New requirements for inspection of newly installed or modified electrical equipment for compliance with applicable installation codes and standards
  • New 130.5(H) Exception 2 providing specific conditions where details such as the arc flash boundary, incident energy etc. may not be required on the label.
  • Much more!

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