Keep your employees safe with electrical safety programs
In a need to respond to electrical hazards in the workplace, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and other organizations have developed a set of standards that provides guidance for protecting employees and avoiding business disruptions. The goal of an arc flash label is to provide guidance on the level of personal protective equipment (PPE) required to reach a safe level for humans to interact with the equipment. PPE can include arc flash hoods, gloves, bibs, coveralls, and more depending on the level needed.
In order to remain compliant, arc flash labels must include the following information:
When repairing or maintaining energized equipment, arc flash labels can be present and unidentifiable to the human eye. It is the responsibility of the company to affix arc flash labels to their equipment, not the installer or manufacturer. Arc flash labels are required on a variety of electrical equipment including:
TÜV SÜD GRC's Arc Flash Assessment team performs short-circuit, protective device coordination and arc flash risk analysis to ensure compliance and safety in your facility. In addition, we offer services like training for your employees to help them to operate safely in the work environment.
The Arc Flash service team is licensed throughout the United States to deliver a consistent, high quality service regardless of geographic location. Our team of highly-skilled electrical engineers will identify code or electrical safety violations during the survey.
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