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his video explains the important changes and updates contained in the 2018 NFPA 70E and explains how electrical workers can be protected from both the shock hazard and arc flash hazard presented by exposed energized parts. The 2018 NFPA 70E places an emphasis on controlling risk. As such, the electrical safety program, the shock hazard assessment, and the arc flash hazard assessment must now consider the likelihood as well as the severity of injury related to an electrical hazard. When controlling risk, the 2018 regulation now requires that a specific hierarchy of controls be followed.