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rhogg
In NFPA 70E 130.2(2) it states that and Electrically Safety Work Condition must be established if "The employee interacts with equipment where conductors or circuit parts are not exposed but an increased likelihood of injury from an exposure to an arc flash hazard exists."   What is meant by the phrase "increased likelihood of injury"?
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jelsonpjohn
At what height the side wall sprinkler will be installed from finish floor level. what is the criteria to make the selection. If k=5.6 at what height range sprinkler should be installed. Also what is the maximum space allowed between above floor slab and side wall sprinkler.
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bwilkerson
NFPA 101 8.6.9.1(3) requires convenience openings to be separated from corridors.   NFPA 101 38.3.6.1 does not require corridors when a building is fully sprinklered, when exits are available from an open floor area, or within a space occupied by a single tenant.    So, in a fully sprinklered new business occupancy, does this mean
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escherm
I run a service department that works on bakery equipment.  The machines are mainly 220 volts but some are 480 volts incoming power. We have PPE for CAT 2 (coveralls, hard hat, rubber gloves, leather gloves, face shield).  The problem we are running into is that we travel all over the country.  So flying with all of this equipment,
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bigwill400
 I am an electrician in a manufacturing facility.  There is a variety of electrical work that goes on here.  There is installation, troubleshooting, testing and calibrating.  I was wondering what is expected for Job Risk Assessments.  What is a safety department expected to implemented for JRA documentation and what
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