Display Panduit Arc Flash Labels

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It's easy to avoid damaging and expensive arc flash incidents – and protect employees and equipment – when you identify hazards throughout the workplace with highly visible, easy-to-read Panduit Arc Flash labels.

In addition to the cost of damages caused by an arc flash incident, OSHA fines can add up significantly. In fact, OSHA fines for unsafe electrical work can run as high as $250,000 for individuals or $500,000 for companies per incident (Source: http://www.arcflash.me/OSHA-and-arc-flash.php).

But now you can minimize the risk of accidents and fines with exclusive NFPA 70E 2012 Compliant Arc Flash Labeling from Panduit and Graybar. These bright, attention-getting signs not only help you remain in compliance with the latest NFPA standards and OSHA regulations, they also provide a clear, concise visual hazard description and create a properly identified workplace to protect employees and equipment.

Panduit Arc Flash Labeling Solutions are designed with highly visible colors and headers and universal hazard symbols that display the available incident energy or required level of PPE at a glance for the highest degree of safety. Tough and long-lasting, they stand up to UV exposure, outdoor use, humidity and abrasion.

Made of durable polyester or vinyl materials with an aggressive adhesive, these versatile labels are available in two sizes. Pre-printed labels can be customized with handwritten hazard information using a marker or pen. Or choose Panduit's complete system including software, printers and labels for labels on-demand. An easy-to-follow instructional video shows you how to print warning labels quickly and conveniently.

The New Standard...The New Labels

Panduit Arc Flash Danger label

Panduit Arc Flash Labeling Solutions help you stay in compliance with Article 110.16 of the National Electric Code as well as the NFPA 70E 130.3(C) Standard that has been updated for 2012. Here's a summary of the changes:

2009 NFPA 70E 130.3(C): Equipment Labeling. Equipment shall be field marked with a label containing the available incident energy or required level of PPE.

2012 NFPA 70E 130.3 (C): Equipment Labeling. Electrical equipment, such as switchboards, panel boards, industrial motor control panels, meter socket enclosures, and motor control centers, that are in other than dwelling occupancies and are likely to require examination, adjustment, servicing, or maintenance while energized, shall be field marked with a label containing all the following information:

  1. At least one of the following:
    1. Available incident energy and corresponding working distance
    2. Minimum Arc Rating of clothing
    3. Required level of PPE
    4. Highest Hazard/Risk Category (HRC) for the equipment
  2. Nominal system voltage
  3. Arc Flash Boundary
Panduit Arc Flash Warning label

Panduit's new labels include all of the information required by the new 2012 standard. Three new fields have been added to the detailed arc flash label to directly address the requirements of the new standard:

  1. Incident energy
  2. Working distance
  3. Analysis date

Contractors, safety managers and facility managers: For the safety of your workplace and for your peace of mind, you simply must have Panduit arc flash labels. For complete information, contact your Graybar representative or search Panduit for Arc Flash Labels.