Electrical Safety Audit Services

Comprehensive training and inspection services to address electrical hazards

Comprehensive training and inspection services to address electrical hazards

Managing Electrical Hazards

electrical hazardsElectrical hazards are present in every industry and have the potential to cause serious damage. They shut down your businesses, expose workers to injuries, and even lead to fatalities.

In fact, electrical incidents cause approximately 2,000 injuries and 130 deaths per year. Most fatalities are due to direct exposure to electricity while workers repair, construct, or clean the equipment. Untimely shutdown of electrical distribution equipment and primary mechanical systems often results in lost production, higher operating costs, dissatisfied customers, and lost profits. 

Minimizing the threat of electrical hazards is a must for businesses in all sectors to create a safe workplace and keep operations running smoothly.

Electrical hazard risk assessments from TÜV SÜD Global Risk Consultants are the simple solution to:

  • Creating a robust electrical maintenance program.
  • Complying with electrical safety standards like NFPA 70.
  • Implementing an electrical safety culture at the workplace.
  • Minimizing risks of fire, injuries, downtime, and more.

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our electrical Safety Audit Services

TÜV SÜD GRC offers three main electrical safety audit services:

Infrared Thermographic Surveys
Infrared Thermography is an effective, Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) inspection technique used to pinpoint concerns in complex industrial, electrical, and mechanical systems.

Arc Flash Analysis:
An arc flash risk assessment is performed to determine if workers are exposed to powerful arc flashes. It works by calculating the incident energy produced when an electric current passes through the air between conductors or from a conductor to ground instead of its intended path. The energy produced is used to determine the personal protective equipment (PPE) required to protect an employee working on or around the electrical equipment. 

Electrical Safety Training
TÜV SÜD GRC's Electrical Safety Training programs are designed to enhance worker understanding of electrical hazards, reduce accidents associated with electrical work and prevent workplace injuries. The technical basis of our training is NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.


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