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Arc Flash Risk in Wind Turbine Renewables?

There have been a number of arc flash incidents and accidents reported on wind turbines. The arc flash hazards are similar for wind turbines as for other types of electrical installation. There are however some other things to consider with a wind turbine application

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Electrical Safety

What are the benefits of Bespoke Training?

“Was this person competent to do that job?”

This is the question that could be levelled at any Duty Holder if an electrical incident occurs.

When stood in the dock of a courtroom is not the time to consider the meaning of this question.

Andy Linley , Compliance Director of ESUK, discusses how bespoke training can help your company comply with legislation.

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What is an Arc Flash
Arc Flash

What is an Arc Flash Study?

Principal Electrical Engineer, Paul Hopton, explores the process of identifying Arc Flash risk, how Incident Energy is calculated, and what is entailed within the Arc Flash Study itself and so much more.

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Electrical Inspection and Testing
Electrical Safety

Standards for Electrical Test Instruments and Test Leads

Test instruments and test leads are a temporary connection to electrical systems, often live at the time, for the purpose of making measurements to establish or confirm various parameters. We look at some of the standards that exist that we must comply with and that we should take into consideration whilst undertaking measurement tasks using test instruments.

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Electrical Safety

Is BS 7671 statutory?

BS 7671:2018+A1:2020 is a non-statutory document based on technical substance of European CENELEC agreements, and is published by the British

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Electrical Safety

What is DSEAR?

DSEAR stands for Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations. It is important to learn about DSEAR in the workplace to identify

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