Arc Flash Labels

Clarion’s arc flash labels help you to reduce the risk of personal injury or death for those who work on or near energized electrical equipment. The intense heat arc flashes give off makes just about anything that's within the vicinity of them potentially flammable, including clothing, equipment and furniture. Because of this, hazard mitigation strategies must be implemented, and symbols are the best way to communicate electrical safety hazards. Our arc flash safety labels comply with NFPA 70E and NEC arc flash labeling practices and use the ISO 7010 symbol “To warn of an arc flash” that was standardized in 2016. 

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Through our leadership in ANSI and ISO, we’re pleased to have been a part of this effort to have a single standardized graphic, helping to promote a global understanding of the potential for arc flash hazards. Our “general” arc flash safety labels are used by equipment manufacturers to indicate the need to follow NFPA 70E safety practices and PPE requirements when servicing the equipment. Our “specific” multi-field arc flash labels are used by equipment owners to convey precise information related to each piece of their equipment (and their power supplies), using data from their arc flash studies.

Keep your team protected and in compliance with safety protocols with Clarion Safety’s line of arc flash safety labels. Don’t see the safety label you need? Contact us for more information on how we can provide arc flash safety solutions for your workplace.