Arc Flash Risk Assessment In Five Steps
Arc flash risk assessment, also known as an arc flash study, is conducted to determine the risk levels for all areas in which employees may perform energized work. This study saves lives and money by ensuring safe work practices and minimizing the possibility of injuries and lost time accidents. An…Read More
Electrical PPE Requirements For Arc Flash Safety
Electrical PPE, or personal protective equipment, is a critical measure for arc flash safety. Arc flash PPE should include head-to-toe protection against this serious hazard in order to complete the job in the safest, most efficient, and professional manner possible. Appropriate arc flash PPE includes arc-resistant gear, voltage-rated gloves, and…Read More
NFPA 70E Training From ESS Is Available Anywhere In The USA
Electrical Safety Specialists offers NFPA 70E training in Kansas City and across the United States. Our introductory course covers the complex standards and regulations per OSHA and NFPA 70E, and the latest in OSHA’s enforcement direction of arc flash training. NFPA 70E Training is offered in 4 and 8 hour…Read More
Arc Flash Study vs. Arc Flash Risk Assessment: Is There A Difference?
An arc flash study is the evaluation of a workplace facility by an electrical safety expert to determine hazards and risks in relation to electrical systems. The on-site study results in arc flash equipment labeling, fault current and coordination analysis, recommendations for improvements and requirements for proper personal protective equipment…Read More
Nationwide Arc Flash Risk Assessment Available From ESS
ESS provides arc flash risk assessment, as required by OSHA and the NFPA 70E, anywhere in the United States. Our experts can be mobilized in a very short time to come to your site and determine the risk level for all areas in which your employees perform work, as well…Read More
Who Needs NFPA 70E Training?
ESS is your expert for NFPA 70E training. OSHA 1910 Subpart S mandates that any employee who might come into contact with an electrical hazard must receive electrical safety training. Though OSHA does not specifically call for NFPA 70E training, it is considered the industry standard for worker safety and…Read More
ESS Are Your Arc Flash Study Experts
An arc flash study (also known as an arc flash risk assessment) 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…Read More
Qualified Electrical Worker Training And Many Other Types Of Training Provided Nationwide By ESS
Qualified electrical worker training is offered nationwide from Electrical Safety Specialists. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and NFPA70E require any person working on or near energized equipment greater than 50 volts must go through qualified electrical training. Employing qualified personnel will reduce your company’s liability, lost time injuries,…Read More