GROUNDED

IN SAFETY

Arc Flash Consultants

Herzig Engineering is passionate about creating a positive electrical safety culture. Our electrical engineers can guide you in maximizing the safety culture at your facility and at your company.

Our electrical engineers will ensure that your facility and equipment are OSHA compliant and practicing the latest safety standards as stated in the NFPA 70E, OSHA, NEC, IEEE 1584, ANSI, & ASTM.

ARC FLASH ANALYSIS &

ELECTRICAL SAFETY
MAINTENANCE

Safety Training

Learn how to read and apply the concepts on arc flash warning labels.

Data Collection

Electrical safety data collection to provide a comprehensive analysis.

Warning Labels

Our electrical engineering experts apply your arch flash hazard warning labels to meet OSHA and NFPA Requirements.

Arc Flash Analysis

Herzig Engineering provieds one-line drawings, hazard mitigation methods and guidance on your eletrical systems.

Maintenance Program

Keep your costs low with an annual site visit to assess system alterations.

Are you safety
COMPLIANT?

Herzig Engineering provides proactive, real-time updating of your electrical systems by our engineers

Our Arc Flash Maintenance Program includes electrical safety programs, webinars, field audits for qualified workers, and required documentation to meet the requirements of industry codes and standards including NFPA 70E, OSHA, ANSI, ASTM, and IEEE.

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A World Leader in Electrical Safety

PROACTIVE & RELIABLE

Herzig Engineering has performed arc flash analysis for hundreds of the world’s largest and smallest companies, and we always exceed expectations by delivering outstanding service and quality data.

An Electrical Safety Partner for Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

WHAT IS ARC FLASH ANALYSIS?

An Arc Flash is any event in your electrical system that generates an unwanted and unexpected release of energy. This arc flash will cause significant damage to your equipment and severely injure your employees.

Arc Flash Hazard Analysis calculates the incident energy generated during an electrical arc event using the magnitude and potential time duration of these events at various electrical devices in your system.

Contact

Herzig Engineering
11108 North Oak Tfwy.
Kansas City, MO 64155

816-734-8300