Arc Flash & Electrical Safety News

Incident energy analyses, commonly referred to as arc flash risk assessment, is offered nationwide by Electrical Safety Specialists, as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and NFPA 70E.

Arc Flash Risk Assessment Conducted Nationwide By ESS

December 24, 2020

Incident energy analyses, commonly referred to as arc flash risk assessment, is offered nationwide by Electrical Safety Specialists, as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and NFPA 70E. The safety study will determine the incident energy risk level for all areas per the IEEE 1854 in which…

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An arc flash study is one of the most important requirements to recognize, measure and mitigate risk to electrical workers.

Arc Flash Study: How Often Should One Be Conducted?

October 22, 2020

An arc flash study is one of the most important requirements to recognize, measure and mitigate risk to electrical workers. In the event of an electrical incident such as arc flash burns or electrical shock, serious injury and even fatalities can occur. The potential costs for an employer who fails…

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Arc flash risk assessment is conducted nationwide by Electrical Safety Specialists to determine the risk levels for all areas in which employees may perform work.

Arc Flash Risk Assessment Step By Step

October 8, 2020

Arc flash risk assessment is conducted nationwide by Electrical Safety Specialists to determine the risk levels for all areas in which employees may perform work. This study saves lives and money by ensuring safe work practices and minimizing the possibility of injuries and lost time accidents. Arc flash risk assessment…

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Arc flash risk assessment is available nationwide from Electrical Safety Specialists.

Arc Flash Risk Assessment Is Critical To Ensure Worker Safety

September 26, 2019

Incident Energy Analyses, commonly referred to as Arc Flash Risk Assessments, are offered by Electrical Safety Specialists, as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 1910.332(d)(1) and NFPA 70E.  The safety study will determine the incident energy risk level for all areas per the IEEE 1854 in which your…

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