Tips for Workplace Safety – Arc Flash Hazards and Ground Fault Safety

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Arc flash and electrical wiring hazards rank in the top 10 of OSHA’s most-cited violations. This 40-minute webinar will walk you through an analysis of revised requirements for the Arc Flash Risk Assessment (previously Arc Flash Hazard Analysis in 130.5 of NFPA 70E and updates to the June 29 2015 UL 943 changes that will impact every Ground Fault Receptacle available on the market. Keeping your plant personnel and property free from harm is critical. Experts from Eaton’s Bussmann business and Hubbell Wiring Device Kellems will lead the discussion.

Dan Neeser

Speakers

Dan Neeser
Field Applications Engineer – Eaton's Bussmann business

Dan Neeser is a Field Application Engineer with Eaton’s Bussmann Business. He has been employed by this company since 1996 and specializes in training on the design and application of overcurrent protective devices in electrical distribution systems in accordance with the National Electrical Code®, and equipment in accordance with the various product standards. He participates in IEEE (Sr Member) with Industrial and Commercial Power Systems, NEMA, NFPA (committee member for NEC CMP-13 and NFPA 79), UL (508, 508A, and 508C) and IAEI activities.


John McFarland

John McFarland
Senior Director – Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems

John McFarland is currently the Senior Director of Commercial Marketing and Product Development. John has been with Hubbell for over 20 years and has held a variety of sales, marketing, and product development positions; including holding the position of Ground Fault Product manager. In his current role John also has responsibility for all delivery systems products such as floor boxes, raceway, fire rate poke through devices, basket tray, floor duct, wall duct, trench duct and more.