NFPA 70E Compliance
Why do you need to be compliant?
Protect your assets
Limit your liability
OSHA is using NFPA 70E as a national consensus standard for citations
Identify potential hazards
Reduce the risk of violations and citations
What if you don't become compliant?
Increases your risk for electrical hazards
Exposes your potential for willful violations
Greatly increases your facility's liability
How do you become compliant?
Maintain an updated NFPA 70E safety plan
Train and qualify employees in NFPA 70E compliance
Generate, update and post a one-line diagram
Our standard deliverable includes an up to date CAD one-line containing pertinent and important information regarding NFPA 70E compliance such as equipment section designations. Note: This is not the 'typical' one-line generated from engineering software (provided in most of our competitors' studies). This is extremely detailed and is a vital piece of compliance when personnel have to identify potential hazards.
Perform an Incident Energy Analysis and apply Arc Flash Labels
Our standard deliverable includes:
Incident Energy/ArcFlash Analysis (NFPA 70E)
Short Circuit Analysis
Provide employees with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Electrical Predictive and Preventative Maintenance per NFPA 70B
Additional POWER QUALITY SOLUTIONS
Harmonic Analysis and Correction
Power Factor Analysis and Correction
Load Recording and Load Studies
Protective Power Relay Programming
Distribution Automation and Control Programming