2015 NFPA 79, 2016 NFPA 70B and 2015 NFPA 70E Set

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Item #: SET172
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    Reduce electrical risks and prevent unplanned shutdowns. Put the power of the new NFPA 79, NFPA 70B, and NFPA 70E® Set to work!

    Correct equipment design, installation, maintenance, and safe work practices are essential to keep systems online, prevent tragic electrical accidents, and avoid costly breakdowns. Give your facility the edge in safety and productivity with NFPA®'s money-saving Set featuring NFPA 79, NFPA 70B, and NFPA 70E. It's essential for operators, owners, maintainers, designers, and installers, and everyone involved with industrial machinery.

    Save 15% on three critical documents for the industrial environment:

    • 2015 NFPA 79: Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery is consistent with the 2014 National Electrical Code® (NEC®), 2015 NFPA 70E, and IEC 60204-1. It presents the latest criteria for all types of industrial machinery from metalworking machine tools to mass production equipment. Revised Section 6.6, Arc Flash Hazard Warning clarifies that the requirement is to warn, not to protect, qualified individuals of a potential arc flash hazard. Other changes clarify where separate supply sources are used. Conditions for "emergency stop" and "emergency switching off" are revised for Cat. 1 and 0 stops. (Softbound, 98 pp., 2015)
    • 2016 NFPA 70B: Electrical Equipment Maintenance provides guidelines for developing and implementing an effective Electrical Preventive Maintenance (EPM) program for all types of equipment and assemblies. Changes help you guard against electrical incidents and system failures. New torque requirements minimize risks related to poor connections, which have the potential to cause overheating, intermittent open circuits, and electrical arcs. Enhanced battery testing and maintenance requirements provide greater detail about battery testing and safety considerations. (Softbound, 297 pp., 2016)
    • 2015 NFPA 70E®: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace® is used to safeguard personnel from devastating incidents involving shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast -- and comply with OSHA 1910 Subpart S and OSHA 1926 Subpart K. The 2015 edition introduces a major change in how stakeholders evaluate electrical risk. Key revisions throughout the Standard replace the phrase "hazard analysis" with "risk assessment" to enable a shift in awareness about the potential for failure. Other changes enhance usability. (Softbound, 102 pp., 2015)

    Protect operators, equipment, facilities and work-in-progress. Bring industrial machinery installation, maintenance, and safety procedures up-to-date with the NFPA 79, NFPA 70B, and NFPA 70E Set.

  • Also in NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety in the Workplace