Thursday, May 15, 2014

Issue 20 - NFPA 70E software presentation


Join us for the 2014 ICB/TABB Conference
The 13th Annual ICB/TABBConference will be held May 19-23, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio. This year’s conference will offer numerous classes, workshops and seminars on a variety of current industry topics specifically geared toward working professionals. Licensed electrical contractor, master electrician Serge Khodakovsyy is presenting on the ARCAD's software and mobile apps for arc flash short circuit analysis and labeling.
  • When
    • Tuesday, May 20th, 8:00am
  • Where
    • Hyatt Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Contact
    • Email khodakovskyy (at) aol (dot) com
Electrical Business University (EBU)
Canada's leading electrical industry publication, Electrical Business is teaming up with Canada's top subject matter experts to deliver focused electrical training days across the country. EBU will redefine professional electrical training in Canada.
  • When
    • June 10th in Windsor, Ontario
    • June 11th in Burlington, Ontario
  • Agenda
    • Spend a day with Terry Becker, P.Eng., NFPA, CESCP, IEEE Senior Member and learn how to apply the CSA Z462 "Workplace electrical safety" standard in the ­field.  Terry will review and discuss electrical hazard analysis and electrical-specifi­c PPE, tools & equipment.  Later, the workshop will review what you need to know to ensure that what you have invested in time and money so far is actually working. Sustainable and measurable performance is a key takeaway.
ARCAD offers free online seminars providing you and your company with education and information on ARCAD software and services for arc flash analysis and labeling. For a limited time, ARCAD webinars are offered for free.
Would you like to arrange a webinar at a different day or time to accommodate your group? Contact us today to make the arrangement or for more information on ARCAD INC Webinars.
Have you done arc flash hazard analysis and stored the results in tabulated text or XLS spreadsheet format? We can use your report file to pull out the data and generate customized arc flash warning labels in a variety of electronic formats and sizes. Send us your list and let us know label requirements (material, size, language, etc). We will create free a sample label meeting your special requirements and send it to you by email attachment for your approval along with job quotation. 
ARCAD INC. located in Toronto, Canada helps facilities create safer working environments for individuals who service electrical systems by providing on-line and stand-alone software resources for short circuit, arc flash hazard analysis and labeling. Visit us at
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