For the last 25 years, several members of our leadership team have worked together developing relationships with various individuals that are all at the top of the electrical safety industry. Recognizing the fact that each skill set requires a lifetime commitment, Electrical Safety Specialists built a team of professionals to provide the highest quality of service available. Our team is comprised of individuals with diverse backgrounds from Arc Flash Technicians and Electrical Safety Experts to Professional Engineers and Master Electricians. 

Electrical Safety Training, Arc Flash Risk Assessments And Lockout/Tagout Training We are truly a one stop shop for all your electrical needs. We provide Arc Flash Risk AssessmentElectrical Safety Training, Electrical Thermal Imaging, and Custom LockOut/TagOut Application.

Electrical Safety Specialists training qualified electrical workers

What is arc flash and why is it dangerous? Arc Flash is an electric current that is passed through air when insulation or isolation between electrified conductors is no longer sufficient to withstand the applied voltage, the temperatures can reach 35,000°F. Exposure to these extreme temperatures both burns the skin directly and causes ignition of clothing, which adds to the burn injury. The majority of hospital admissions due to electrical accidents are from arc flash burns, not from shocks. Each year more than 2,000 people are admitted to burn centers with severe arc flash burns. Arc flashes can and do kill at distances of 10 feet.

What is arc blast and why is it dangerous? The tremendous temperatures of the arc cause the explosive expansion of both the surrounding air and the metal in the arc path. For example, copper expands by a factor of 67,000 times when it turns from a solid to a vapor. The danger associated with this expansion is one of high pressures, sound, and shrapnel. The high pressures can easily exceed hundreds or even thousands of pounds per square foot, knocking workers off ladders, rupturing eardrums, and collapsing lungs. The sounds associated with these pressures can exceed 160 dB. Finally, material and molten metal is expelled away from the arc at speeds exceeding 700 miles per hour, fast enough for shrapnel to completely penetrate the human body. 

ESS Electrical Safety Specialists Provides Trainings Nationwide, Put Safety First

Nationwide Electrical Safety Training Based in the heartland, just outside of Kansas City, Electrical Safety Specialists can be anywhere in the United States in a matter of hours. With a long list of return clients ranging from healthcare, universities, space industry, manufacturing, to industrial, we pride ourselves in building long lasting relationships in the Electrical Safety Industry. Our belief in safety first and delivering the highest quality of workmanship possible gives us the opportunity to serve for years to come. 

Training Goals:

·To provide skills necessary to demonstrate proficiency in hands on electrical safety

·To provide skills to determine electrical hazards

·Provide training that is acceptable in OSHA’s eyes as effective.

Classes are conducted in accordance with NFPA70E standards and students will receive CEU’s from ESS .

Electrical Safety Specialists’ Mission:“To save lives and reduce injuries by creating a positive safety culture in the workplace for employers and employees alike.” 

For more information about nationwide training, call ESS at (816) 925-1443. To receive a quote, click here.

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