The McNaughton-McKay Podcast

Episode 55: Lightning in a Bottle

May 31, 2023 McNaughton-McKay Electric Co. Season 5 Episode 55
Episode 55: Lightning in a Bottle
The McNaughton-McKay Podcast
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The McNaughton-McKay Podcast
Episode 55: Lightning in a Bottle
May 31, 2023 Season 5 Episode 55
McNaughton-McKay Electric Co.

How often should you be doing arc flash studies? What about personnel training? Is your maintenance staff confident about the PPE they should be wearing for each piece of equipment they work on to avoid injury and power interruption? Jason Dahlberg of Advanced Safety & Energy talks to Auston about how to stay ahead of arc flash hazards to protect workers and keep your plant up and running.

If you have any questions, reach out at podcast@mc-mc.com or visit our website www.mc-mc.com

The McNaughton-McKay Podcast series is made available for your convenience and we hope you find it helpful. Please note, however, that the information contained in this podcast series is subject to our disclaimer and should not be relied upon as professional advice or services. We cannot overstate the importance of compliance with machine safety standards, reviewing the national electric code and any pertinent local codes for approved installation, use, storage and repair procedures and precautions; failure to do so may result in property damage, injury or death. Always consult with your professional advisors to determine the products to suit your intended purposes.

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The text, sound, graphic, video and other information and materials made available on our website (including but not limited through our resources center and video center) or by us through YouTube, Buzzsprout or any other social media or podcast hosting platform (all such information and materials referred to as “information”) are provided voluntarily by McNaughton-McKay Electric Company “AS IS” and “AS AVAILABLE.” “Information” includes any comments we may make on any website or social media platform regarding any video, audio or other materials.  Information may change at any time, and McNaughton-McKay assumes no responsibility to provide updates or revisions. McNaughton-McKay disclaims all express and implied warranties with respect to information and to the products described, including implied warranties of non-infringement, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Applicable law may not allow the above exclusion of implied warranties, so the exclusion may not apply, but shall apply to the maximum extent allowed by law. McNaughton-McKay cannot and does not represent or warrant that information will be error-free, up-to-date, comprehensive or complete, or otherwise meet your requirements, or those of your customers or business partners. Your use of our resource center, video library and any information is further subject to our website terms of use. Please visit the website terms of use at  https://www.mc-mc.com/TermsofUse

Show Notes

How often should you be doing arc flash studies? What about personnel training? Is your maintenance staff confident about the PPE they should be wearing for each piece of equipment they work on to avoid injury and power interruption? Jason Dahlberg of Advanced Safety & Energy talks to Auston about how to stay ahead of arc flash hazards to protect workers and keep your plant up and running.

If you have any questions, reach out at podcast@mc-mc.com or visit our website www.mc-mc.com

The McNaughton-McKay Podcast series is made available for your convenience and we hope you find it helpful. Please note, however, that the information contained in this podcast series is subject to our disclaimer and should not be relied upon as professional advice or services. We cannot overstate the importance of compliance with machine safety standards, reviewing the national electric code and any pertinent local codes for approved installation, use, storage and repair procedures and precautions; failure to do so may result in property damage, injury or death. Always consult with your professional advisors to determine the products to suit your intended purposes.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:

The text, sound, graphic, video and other information and materials made available on our website (including but not limited through our resources center and video center) or by us through YouTube, Buzzsprout or any other social media or podcast hosting platform (all such information and materials referred to as “information”) are provided voluntarily by McNaughton-McKay Electric Company “AS IS” and “AS AVAILABLE.” “Information” includes any comments we may make on any website or social media platform regarding any video, audio or other materials.  Information may change at any time, and McNaughton-McKay assumes no responsibility to provide updates or revisions. McNaughton-McKay disclaims all express and implied warranties with respect to information and to the products described, including implied warranties of non-infringement, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Applicable law may not allow the above exclusion of implied warranties, so the exclusion may not apply, but shall apply to the maximum extent allowed by law. McNaughton-McKay cannot and does not represent or warrant that information will be error-free, up-to-date, comprehensive or complete, or otherwise meet your requirements, or those of your customers or business partners. Your use of our resource center, video library and any information is further subject to our website terms of use. Please visit the website terms of use at  https://www.mc-mc.com/TermsofUse