This video is a brief synopsis of ANSI E1.19, a standard to offer guidance, in accordance with existing applicable standards and codes, on how to select, install, use and maintain ground fault protection devices in the entertainment industry. In general GFCI protection is not required on stages and in studios, but there are many cases when it should be used to protect people from shock. This standard gives advice on how use GFCI devices effectively, and to avoid nuisance-tripping. Viewers of the video can find out where to download the standard for free, courtesy of ProSight Specialty Insurance.

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September 12, 2017
Recommended Practice for the Use of Class A Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) Intended for Personnel Protection in the Entertainment Industry

This video is a brief synopsis of ANSI E1.19, a standard to offer guidance, in accordance with existing applicable standards and codes, on how to select, install, use and maintain ground fault protection devices in the entertainment industry. In general GFCI protection is not required on stages and in studios, but there are many cases when it should be used to protect people from shock. This standard gives advice on how use GFCI devices effectively, and to avoid nuisance-tripping. Viewers of the video can find out where to download the standard for free, courtesy of ProSight Specialty Insurance.

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