Referring to NFPA 70E 130.5(D) - What is the reason that the PPE category can't be included on an Incident Energy Analysis label?
There are no restrictions to posting the appropriate PPE on a label. What has changed is that PPE requirements are no longer generalized into Classes as that does not allow additional considerations for specific locations or unique practices by a customer. This puts the burden on the customer and entity performing the incident energy analysis to determine the PPE requirements.
Please look over the two links below. I think that you may find them helpful. Also, there are a number of discussions on the same subject on this site. From the home page just type "Equipment Labels" in the search box.
Stephen Benton, CESCP
A Better Understanding of NFPA 70E - Minimum arc rating, PPE category, incident energy, or site specifi…
A preference between the PPE Category Method and the Incident Energy Analysis Method
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