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Great blog. I appreciate the concise approach to knowledge sharing. Can you write another blog to supplement this one that helps educate us on point #2 to expand upon how to complete a shock and flash hazard assessment, and provide a link or other visual aide?

Good heads-up! It is amazing that although this standard has been out since 1979, many of us (including the insurance industry) really we're not aware of the protection requirements until recently. Contractors (especially electrical) often still do not have a good grasp of NFPA 70E, let alone provide the necessary training and protective equipment!

2012 has numerous "tweeks", though the most significant change might be the addition of "AR" clothing requirements. Testing for AR resistance is important becuase not all FR material has sufficient resistantance to Arc flashes.

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