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NFPA 70E CAT 2 & Layering: The Hidden Risk
It’s common practice in the industry to standardize on CAT 2 and CAT 4 options for NFPA 70E arc flash protection, using layering for hazard levels in between. But – if you’re like most companies – there may be a gaping hole in your layering strategy, and maybe even in your CAT 2 PPE. In this dynamic discussion with live Q&A, industry experts Scott Margolin and Rich Gojdics call attention to a common gap in NFPA 70E arc flash PPE that creates risk for workers – and the tools available to solve it.

You’ll learn:
• That CAT 2 is about more than clothing, and what it takes to achieve true
• A gap in layering strategies for hazards above CAT 2 – with risk to workers
• How to go beyond clothing to complete the layering equation
• New technologies and strategies to address the gaps

Apr 14, 2021 01:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Scott Margolin
Vice President of Technical @Tyndale Company, Inc.
Scott Margolin has over 30 years of experience in arc-rated and flame resistant (AR/FR) clothing; he was a firefighter and then with DuPont, Westex by Milliken, and now Tyndale. He has conducted over 2,200 arc flashes and nearly 4,000 flash fires at labs globally, focused on real world hazards and PPE performance. Scott chairs several AR/FR-related ASTM committees including the arc rating standard, and participates in NFPA 2112 and NFPA 70E. He’s authored many technical articles, white papers, and webcasts and has served as Subject Matter Expert to OSHA, NFPA, NJATC, NECA, ETA and others on a wide variety of FR, PPE, and thermal hazard issues.
Rich Gojdics
Vice President Business Development @Enespro
Rich Gojdics has over 25 years of experience in the protective apparel industry, with a sharp focus on electrical hazard education. Through his tenure in the industry he developed deep technical knowledge around the arc flash hazard and AR/FR fabrics, garments, and service models. During his career, Rich has led innovative real-world arc flash demonstrations and helped many companies write arc-rated protective clothing specifications. Today, Rich is co-owner of Enespro PPE, manufacturer of a full line of “Mission Critical” electrical PPE. Enespro has introduced PPE design enhancements that lead the industry – improving wearer comfort, mobility, and performance.