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IRISS IR Windows achieve internationally recognized DNV certification

Largest Maritime & Offshore Industry Classification Society Confirms IRISS IR Windows are Ideal for Harshest Environments
January 14, 2014

IRISS, a leader in the electrical maintenance safety devices (EMSDs) market, receives DNV accreditation to add to their growing list of over a dozen certifications for their infrared (IR) windows. The IRISS VP and CAP Series industrial-grade IR windows for thermal electrical inspections are the only windows approved by DNV for use in marine and offshore applications.

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Weekly news round-up

December 7, 2013

The federal government’s semi-annual release of its regulatory agenda, a deadly commuter train derailment in the Bronx and Franken-French-fries are among this week’s top EHS- and health-related stories as featured on

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Electrical workers are creatures of habit, too

December 2, 2013

Adapting to the safe work practices of NFPA 70E likely means some major changes in how your electrical workers have done things in the past. Your electrical workers likely didn’t think twice about opening an energized 480 volt electrical panel. Now with standards in place, they must first determine arc flash hazard levels, PPE, safety boundaries and fill out an energized work permit.

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Five common arc flash safety program mistakes

November 29, 2013

Safety and health professionals are intensely serious about protecting workers from the hazards of electrical arc flash and complying with industry safety standards. But it’s easy to make mistakes that create unnecessary costs (both time and money) or put workers at risk. As you comply with NFPA 70E and OSHA safety standards, avoid these common missteps:

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All about arc flash: definitions, dangers, stats, causes and prevention

November 28, 2013

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), arc-flash is an electric current that passes through air when insulation or isolation between electrified conductors is no longer sufficient to withstand the applied voltage. The flash is immediate, but the result of these incidents can cause severe injury including burns. Each year more than 2,000 people are treated in burn centers with severe arc flash injuries.

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Electrical safety training Q&A

November 14, 2013

Ron Spataro, Director of Marketing, and Steve Foutch, Vice President sales and Operations, both of AVO Training Institute, Dallas, TX ( (877-594-3156; 214-330-3522) answer questions from ISHN magazine about electrical safety training.

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One construction project, six contractors, 31 violations

Cave-in, crushing, electrocution among the hazards
October 22, 2013

OSHA has cited the general contractor and five subcontractors working on the construction of the Berlin Power Plant in Berlin for 31 willful, serious and repeat violations of workplace safety standards.

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Avoid Arc Flash Hazards Webinar

October 10, 2013

Download this FREE webinar on Mitigating Arc Flash dangers is a priority of any safety program. Understand the risks, regulations, and lessen your changes of an Arc Flash incident.

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Save time & money using infrared (IR) windows

September 24, 2013

IRISS IR windows help you easily perform closed-panel inspections of electrical and mechanical assets: Fast- Instant access to perform IR and visual inspections in seconds vs. 30+ minutes; Minimize Risk- Costly arc flash, arc blast, electrocution or electrical fires can be deterred.

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Safe, efficient, simple electrical & mechanical inspections

September 10, 2013

Depend on IRISS for all of your infrared (IR) and visual inspection support needs of your valuable electrical and mechanical assets to save you time and money.

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