Arc Flash Assessment & Study

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  • Offerings: Services
  • Type: Automation Services, Safety Services
  • Automation Topics: Industrial Safety Services
  • Safety Topics: Electrical Safety

Arc Flash Assessment & Study

When electric current leaves its intended path and travels through the air from one conductor to another or to ground, the results can be devastating. A combination of proper analysis, labeling, personal protective equipment and clothing, and training can prevent injuries and expensive equipment downtime caused by arc flash events.

Avoid serious injuries and even death caused by exposure to hazardous energy. Our Arc Flash Assessment and Study services will help you meet OSHA regulations and NFPA 70E standards while preventing dangerous accidents and protecting workers from deadly exposure. We offer assessments, audits, and remediation solutions with required training for affected and qualified workers.

Arc Flash Services

Arc flash assessments are required and must be audited (updated) at least every five years or whenever an equipment change takes place which impacts the electrical distribution system.

Arc Flash Risk Assessments Services

  • An electrical system single-line diagram modeled in power system analysis software (if needed)
  • A fault current study
  • A protective device coordination study
  • Recommendations for improving arc flash safety and reducing incident energy levels
  • Corresponding arc flash labels and label installation

Detailed Audit Reports

  • Identification of non-compliance issues and potentially hazardous electrical situations
  • Noted errors in previous arc flash hazard assessment (if applicable)
  • Recommended corrective actions for a path forward to a safer and more compliant workplace
  • The applicable OSHA regulation or consensus standard (NFPA 70E)

Electrical Hazard Remediation Solutions

  • Power distribution equipment decommissioning and replacement (LV and MV)
  • Breaker refurbishment and replacement
  • Rebuild and reconditioning
  • Arc flash mitigation
  • Personal protection equipment (PPE)
  • Short circuit studies
  • Thermographic testing
  • Safety training