Absolutely Jimmy. Many people pull the cover off their panel and think only of a shock hazard. They are unaware of the power and hazard of an arc flash event.
Righto. And many people associate a neutral with ground and it being innocuous by association. I remember one time tracing a neutral for a circuit in my panel. I reached down to grab some tape to temporarily mark the wire and inadvertently put it on the wire next to it. So then with the circuit de-energized, I start loosening the screw on the neutral bus only to see pretty little arcs and smell ozone. Of course, I managed to notice before I got too far untightening it/pulling it out. I could imagine the wonderful surprise that I would have been treated to about the time I went to pull it back through the steel conduit!
Well, now, there's what's right and what's right and never the twain shall meet.