Arc Flash: What to Wear to Stay Protected at Heights

Did you know that the CSA Z259.10 standard underwent major changes during the last revision of the fall protection equipment standard in 2018?

This update includes the addition of a new class of full-body safety harnesses classified against electric arcs.

It can be complicated to equip yourself to work at heights... And if you face additional risks such as electric arcs, the whole thing is even more challenging!

And we all know it... Being properly equipped can save your life.

Avoid any confusion. Our FREE webinar makes the connection between the CSA 259.10, CSA 462, and ASTMF887-16 and their impact on your day-to-day:

  • Review of the new R class
  • Demystification of protective equipment and clothing to be worn for protection
  • Review of compliant and available protection products and accessories
  • Q&A period

Register for this webinar to get clarity on what personal protective equipment to wear and use when you’re exposed to arc flashes while working at heights.

Do you have any questions? These experts in the field have the answers!

P.S. WARNING: Please note that exceptionally, this webinar will be presented live only, with no rebroadcasting.


Bruce Davis
Expert Advisor

Bruce has over 32 years of experience in occupational health and safety. A graduate of Teluq and the Sulowski Fall Protection Company, a qualified trainer and competent inspector, he has many OHS training and expertise achievements. For several years now, he has been involved in setting up various expertise and training services adapted to SPI Health and Safety clients' needs and realities.

Don Medeiros, CRSP, BASc
Senior Safety Applications Professional

Don brings to 3M Personal Safety Division a Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) from the School of Occupational and Public Health at Ryerson University in Toronto as well as 18 years of practical field experience in occupational health and safety. He is currently serving as a Senior Safety Applications Professional supporting the USAC Fall Protection business.

Thursday, March 11, 2021
3:30 p.m. EST
75 minutes