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Brady Part Number: 121080
Brady Material Number: B-7569
Label Material: Vinyl
Brady's Write-On Arc Flash labels include write-in areas for equipment-specific information such as flash protection boundary, hazard category, and required PPE. These vinyl labels can be written on with pen or marker. In accordance with NFPA 70E 2012 S
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Are you complying with the 2015 NFPA 70E Standard?
Our safety services experts have targeted and evaluated key areas of the 2015 NFPA 70E Standard. Visit our website to take our Arc Flash Safety Check Up to see if your program is at risk.
OSHA Requirements and the NFPA 70E Standard
The National Fire Protection Association details how to comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.333(a)
According to the NFPA 70E Standard, there are six primary responsibilities that facilities must meet. These responsibilities include:
Training for employees
Written safety program in place that is actionable
Personal Protective Equipement (PPE) available for employees
Arc flash hazard degree calculations
Properly labeled equipment
Arc Flash Labels
Arc Flash Labels identify potential hazards within energized switch boards, panel boards, control panels and much more. Standard arc flash labels are available with either 'Warning' or 'Danger' headers. Arc Flash labels indicate the equipment-specific hazard information. All Brady labels meet current OSHA, NFPA, NEC and NFPA 70E requirements. Regulation compliance made simple!
Arc Flash Label Printers
Looking to make your own arc flash labels? Get set up with a BBP30, BBP31, BBP35, BBP37 or BBP85 printer to create your own right where you need them the most - onsite. Professional, highly durable arc flash labels are ready in a matter of seconds! Hazards won't wait for you, so you can't wait on your labels. Brady offers a variety of printers for arc flash labeling needs, each with different printing capabilities and sizes.
Arc Flash Risk Assessments
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that employers provide a workplace for their employees that is free from recognized hazards that may cause death or serious injury.
An arc flash risk assessment is a key part of what OSHA requires as it relates to electrical hazards, and allows employers to identify the potential arc flash risks and what kind of personal protective equipment (PPE) is needed to keep employees safe from the heat, light and blast associated with an arc fault incident.
Visit our website to learn more about Brady's world class Arc Flash Risk Assessment service!