Worker safety is serious business. That’s why our specialists are highly trained electrical professionals who know that arc flash and electrical safety mean more than compliance … they mean workers’ lives are on the line. Trust our team to keep your team safe with a comprehensive solution offering tailored to your facility, program and regulatory requirements.
Arc Flash & Electrical Safety Services
Our solutions take a proactive approach to Arc Flash safety from NFPA requirements to best practices.
Dedicating internal resources to complete your NFPA Arc Flash Risk Assessment can not only be time consuming, but requires an investment in software and the Arc Flash knowledge behind the assessment. One miscalculation can result in inaccurate PPE protection, non-compliance and even more time spent on rework. Our electrical engineer will complete your assessment, provide you with a detailed assessment report including your single line diagram and install the correct arc flash labels.
Changes made in your electrical systems add up over time and it can be hard to keep your assessments up to date. If you have not reviewed your assessment or study within the last 5 years, it is time to audit your Arc Flash Risk Assessment. Let our electrical engineers audit your arc flash risk assessment to ensure it’s up to date and compliant.
Electrical equipment can fail due to corrosion or loose connections within the equipment. Equipment failure is not only costly to your business, but it is dangerous for your employees. By using Infrared Thermography to locate hot-spots within your equipment, you can identify these potential problems before they occur. These assessments will show you where minor repairs are needed and the urgency at which to repair before it leads to catastrophic breakdown. Repairs after a thermographic inspection are lower in cost and can be done on your time.
Under NFPA 70E, qualified employees must be able to apply their Arc Flash Safety Training on the shop floor. Our qualified electrical worker training offerings take a custom approach to training by incorporating both the NFPA guidelines and your company-specific arc flash requirements to ensure participating employees will be able to apply their knowledge to your company’s policies and safely perform their maintenance and everyday workplace activities.
For qualified employees who have not gone through arc flash safety training before. Topics include:
For qualified employees that already have basic electrical knowledge. Topics include:
For employees who aren’t qualified to perform live electrical work, but need to understand the hazards of the electrical equipment they operate or work near on a daily basis.
For those who want to sustain the arc flash training component of their safety program in house. Topics include:
Full 8-hour arc flash safety training
Full curriculum materials for future in-house training