Arc Flash & Electrical Safety News

An Arc Flash Risk Assessment Keeps Your Employees Safe

March 28, 2024

Scheduling a regular arc flash risk assessment is essential to creating a safe working environment. Prioritizing the safety of employees should be a top concern for any organization, especially those dealing with electrical systems. By identifying potential hazards, implementing preventive measures, and staying compliant with regulations, employers can significantly reduce…

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Arc Flash Risk Assessment, ESS, 2024

Stay Ahead: Schedule Your Arc Flash Risk Assessment for 2024 Now with ESS

December 28, 2023

  An arc flash risk assessment is a comprehensive evaluation of electrical systems designed to determine the potential for an arc flash incident. These assessments thoroughly examine the electrical infrastructure, including equipment, wiring, and configurations. By analyzing these components, specialists can identify potential hazards and quantify the risk associated with an…

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Arc Flash Risk Assessment, ESS, Solutions Delivered by ESS

Nationwide Arc Flash Risk Assessment and Solutions Delivered By ESS!

July 13, 2023

An arc flash risk assessment is critical in preventing and minimizing the impact of hazardous events at your workplace. Arc flash refers to an explosive release of energy caused by an electric arc in an electrical system. It occurs when an electrical current deviates from its intended path, generating an…

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NFPA 70E Training

Arc Flash Risk Assessment Starts With On-Site Data Collection

April 27, 2023

Arc Flash Risk Assessment as required by OSHA determines the risk level for all areas in your company in which your employees perform work. This assessment is critical to ensuring your workers safety. The Arc Flash Risk Assessment can assist with saving lives and money by creating safe work practices…

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Need an Arc Flash Study? Schedule Yours With ESS Today.

February 23, 2023

Arc Flash Study conducted by Kansas City experts throughout Kansas City and the United States by Electrical Safety Specialists. If you have not had a study conducted in the last 5 years or have made changes to your electrical system the answer is yes, you need an arc flash risk assessment completed.   …

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Based in the Kansas City area, ESS offers NFPA 70E training nationwide.

Arc Flash Risk Assessment, What Goes into One?

January 26, 2023

Arc Flash Risk Assessment or Arc Flash Study should be performed at a minimum every five (5) years or when there is a significant change to the electrical system.  Arc Flash Risk Assessment is a study that will: ·       Identify arc flash hazards ·       Estimate likelihood of…

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How Often is Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Training Required?

November 10, 2022

Many of our clients ask, “How often is arc flash training required?” The answer to that is fairly simple, arc flash and electrical safety training is required at least once every one to three years combined with annual inspections in safe work practices. Employees must receive additional training or retaining…

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When is an arc flash study required? Electrical safety specialists

When is an Arc Flash Study Required?

October 27, 2022

An arc flash study should be completed every five years, or when major changes are made to the electrical system. This assessment is done to provide staff with the appropriate training and personal protective equipment (PPE) they may need while in your workplace. An arc flash study in Kansas City or nationwide…

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An arc flash risk assessment conducted by ESS determines the risk levels for all areas in which employees may perform work.

Arc Flash Risk Assessment: What Is It?

September 22, 2022

An arc flash risk assessment conducted by ESS determines 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 studies are required by the…

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An arc flash study is required by OSHA and the NFPA 70E to determine the risk level for all areas in which your employees perform work.

Arc Flash Study Requires Experience

August 25, 2022

An arc flash study is required by OSHA and the NFPA 70E to determine the risk level for all areas in which your employees perform work. This is essential to ensuring worker safety and helps save lives and money by minimizing the risk of injuries and lost time due to accidents.   …

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