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About Our Electrical Safety Programs

Once the arc flash labels are in place, it is vital that each facility has a written electrical safety program implemented to ensure that workers are following electrically safe work practices. One of our engineers will travel to your site to tour the facility and discuss the safety program criteria with key management, qualified and unqualified workers, and safety personnel.

The safety program will include key documentation to ensure compliance with OSHA, NFPA 70E, and other codes and standards. This documentation will include qualified worker field audits, energized electrical work permits, job briefings, and other important safety documentation.

While a written safety program is the first step to remain OSHA compliant, training personnel in the basics of electrical safety and supervision is a necessary step for any evolving electrical safety program.

Key Features Include:

  • Qualified Employee Requirements
  • Energized Electrical Work Permits
  • Tool & Test Equipment Requirements
  • Contractor Requirements
  • Training Requirements
  • Job Briefing Summary
  • PPE Requirements
  • Safe Work Distances
  • Hazard Mitigation Techniques
  • Electrically Safe Work Practices
  • Electrical Hazard Identification
  • Electrical Program Principles

Don’t let safety happen by accident.

Speak to one of our experts today for a free consultation.