Making a mistake while working on a high energy electrical system can cause serious injury to anyone who fails to take the right safety precautions, which is why Fluke Corporation is highlighting its safety content to create more awareness of its free online resources to improve workplace safety

• Why and how shock, electrocution, arc flash and arc blast present risks • Safe work practices and correct personal protective equipment (PPE) • Test tool standards and ratings • Inspecting and testing test equipment • Best practices for a safer environment • Practical tools and tips to extend safety • Implementing a test tool training program


o help people better understand the risks inherent in electrical systems

and how to avoid making potentially dangerous mistakes, Fluke has created nearly 100 pieces of content on safety in the workplace. Core to the Fluke curriculum is the ‘Electrical measurement safety online course’, which covers:

In addition to training, Fluke offers updates on new technology and tools as well as new and updated content to reflect last year’s changes to the National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA 70E Safety Standards. Fluke also offers live and on-demand

webinars on a variety of topics, such as ‘Understanding earth grounding and measurement techniques’, ‘Using a

multifunction tester to validate electrical installations’, and ‘Understanding measurements you can make with your DMM and clamp’. “Working in and around electrical

systems is inherently dangerous and potentially fatal,” said Sean Silvey, product specialist – electrical tools, at Fluke. “We build a tremendous number of safety features into all of our tools, but we know there’s a human factor as well. We want people to come home safe to their families and friends every day, so it is a top priority for us to give them information to do their job as safely as possible. We are proud that so many people and organisations rely on our expert content to train their teams on electrical safety.”

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Arc flash PPE range expanded

Enespro PPE, manufacturer of personal protective equipment (PPE) for the electrical industry, has expanded its selection with the introduction of 55 CAL and 65 CAL arc flash kits


nespro PPE arc flash line now includes 8 CAL, 12 CAL, 20 CAL, 40 CAL & 40

CAL AirLite, 55 CAL and 65 CAL full kits. “We are ecstatic to expand on our

already extensive line of arc flash PPE kits,” said Mike Enright, CEO at Enespro PPE. “Following the industry excitement over the comfort, breathability and mobility of our 8, 12, 20, and 40 CAL suits, we knew it was necessary to expand our line to cover 55 Cal and 65 Cal levels with the performance our customers have come to expect from our products.”

ENESPRO 55 CAL ARC FLASH KIT The Enespro 55 CAL arc flash kit is arc rated for up to 55 Cal/cm2

and meets

ASTM F1506, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 and NFPA 70E-2018 PPE Cat 1,2,3 and 4 standards. This made in the USA product includes a jacket and bib overalls, an OptiShield hood with dual fans, an MSA V-Gard hard hat, safety glasses and silicone ear plugs, along with an Enespro custom electrical PPE gear bag to protect the gear during transport or storage.

ENESPRO 65 CAL ARC FLASH KIT The Enespro 65 CAL arc flash kit is arc rated for up to 65 Cal/cm2

and meets

ASTM F1506, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 and NFPA 70E-2018 PPE Cat 1,2,3 and 4 standards. It includes a jacket and bib


overalls, an OptiShield vented lift-front hood, an MSA V-Gard hard hat, safety glasses and silicone ear plugs along with the gear bag. “We launched Enespro PPE with one

thing in mind - delivering effective, breathable, and comfortable PPE that workers don’t hate,” said Rich Gojdics, VP of business development at Enespro PPE. “All of our products were designed with the help of people who actually use PPE and it shows.” Customers can order Enespro 55 CAL and

65 CAL jackets, bib overalls and hoods as a standalone option or in a full kit.


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