They say seeing is believing. So, if you still have any questions about the importance of wearing FR clothing on the job, you need to see this webinar. It features HD video of arcs in real 480V equipment at KEMA Powertest AND video of full scale, outdoor flash fires shot at the TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field at Texas A&M.
You’re invited to log in to this eye-opening event taking place Tuesday October 29 at 1 p.m. Eastern time. To register, click below:
You’ll be able to observe, close-up and in super slow motion the effect of live arc flashes and flash fires on protective FR garments, as well as flammable garments. In addition, you’ll get a first-hand look at why it’s important to wear your FRC properly – and why it’s essential to buy the FR clothing you rely on to keep you safe from a reputable provider.
This webinar is led by Tyndale’s Vice President of Technical, Scott Margolin, who will set the stage and provide context and real-world advice related to the videos you’ll see. Scott will address many of the most common questions about FRC – such as whether all FRC offers equal protection, inherent vs. treated, EbT vs. ATPV, and more – and in many cases, tie them to incontrovertible real world video evidence. This is one webinar you’ll have to see to believe. Moderator Alan Ferguson, Associate Editor of Safety+Health Magazine will be capturing your questions and sharing them with Scott.
Scott Margolin has more than 30 years of experience in arc-rated and FR clothing. Having conducted more than 1,800 arc flashes and nearly 4,000 flash fires at labs around the world. In addition to conducting research focused on real-world hazards and personal protection equipment performance. Scott travels and presents globally to share his research and learning on flash-fire, arc-flash, and combustible dust hazards and the fibers, fabrics, and garments used to protect against these hazards.
Scott has authored dozens of technical articles and white papers, given more than 1,000 presentations all over the world, and led many webcasts on these subjects. Significantly, Scott has served as a subject matter expert to OSHA, NFPA, the Electrical Training Alliance, the American Society of Safety Professionals, the National Electrical Contractors Association and others on a wide variety of FR, PPE and thermal hazard issues.
This webinar offers a great opportunity to deepen your knowledge of arc flash and flash fire hazards and how to keep workers safe. Mark October 29, 1 p.m. Eastern time on your calendar and register now.