Cooper Bussmann chosen to implement electrical safety program for Ford

By the end of the month, Ford Motor Co. will have installed more than 100,000 current limiting fuses at its facilities in North America as part of a program to enhance worker safety around electrical equipment. The car manufacturer tapped St. Louis-based Cooper Bussmann for the order of devices. The project, which will require work at more than 45 locations in the United States, Mexico, and Canada,

By the end of the month, Ford Motor Co. will have installed more than 100,000 current limiting fuses at its facilities in North America as part of a program to enhance worker safety around electrical equipment. The car manufacturer tapped St. Louis-based Cooper Bussmann for the order of devices.

The project, which will require work at more than 45 locations in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, will also include a short circuit current study, arc flash hazard analysis, affixing safety labels to equipment, and providing safety training and personal protective equipment to workers.

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