Electrical Safety - NFPA 70E
More than 7,000 workers are injured by electrical shock hazards each year; at least a third of these are the result of arc flash with loose connections and/or faulty devices the leading cause.
The 2009 changes to National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) 70E standard for electrical safety in the workplace and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) position to use this standard as the benchmark for electrical safety compliance present great challenges to most facilities. This standard contains electrical safety requirements necessary for safeguarding electrical construction and maintenance personnel and mandates that employers provide safety-related work practices and train the employees who implement them.
EnSafe has specialized and qualified professionals who can assist by offering innovative and cost-effective ways to identify, analyze, and control electrical hazards in your facility.
Electrical Safety - NFPA 70E Solutions
- Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
- NFPA 70E & OSHA Electrical Standard Subpart S Interpretation & Consultation
- Arc Flash Hazard Assessment
- Electrical and Arc Flash Hazard Safety Program Development
- Electrical Safety Training of Qualified, Non-Qualified, and Affected Workplace personnel
- Electrical Safety Awareness Training
- NFPA Hazard Risk Category (HRC) Classification Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Insulating Tools Assessment & Selection
- Incident Energy Reduction Recommendations
- Development & Installation of Arc Flash Labeling
- Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
- Thermal imaging of electrical conductors and equipment
- Voltage Logging
Call EnSafe's team of safety professionals and master electricians today to see how we can reduce the electrical hazards in your facility.