New electrical safety standard requires risk assessment

The 2015 edition of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace has several significant differences from the previous edition of the standard published in 2012. It reflects a shift in how electrical risk is evaluated, updates personal protective equipment tables, presents new safety-related maintenance requirements, and clarifies restricted approach boundary dimensions, among other provisions.

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