Carelabs -The top Electrical Testing & Calibration Service provides focused area is Arc flash analysis service for clients to assist compliance in the Workplace. The Arc Flash Hazard Analysis identifies the potential electrical hazards at and around electrical equipment and provides recommendations for protecting employees and safe work practices. It is our job to keep your employees safe.

 

ARC FLASH HAZARD ANALYSIS SERVICE

Arc Flash Hazard Analysis is a method for identifying potential electrical hazards at each point in an electrical distribution system. Understanding the extent and scope of these hazards is a key component to a comprehensive safety plan to protect employees from serious injury or death that may result from arc flash electrical explosions. An explosion occurs when a fault develops in electrical equipment and discharges heat, pressure, sound, and molten metal in all directions around electrical equipment.

Understanding the extent and scope of these hazards is a key component to a comprehensive safety plan to protect employees from serious injury or death that may result from arc flash electrical explosions.

Arc flash Studies and Analysis

An arc flash study is an on location assessment of a working environment office with a prepared master. After an evaluation of your electrical framework, our expert colleague aggregates a report containing zones of potential hazard and the fundamental changes to make so as to keep your specialists/staffs/customer safe and to enhance and keep up your electrical framework.

The most important security issue in the electrical installation is the risk of electrical specialists being harmed or murdered by arc flash and impacts. The chief perils connected with such arc flash and impacts incorporate warm smolder wounds and physical injury from the impact blackout and rapid blasts brought on by mostly liquefied parts being moved by the compel of the impact. In this manner, it's vital to comprehend that the concentration of arc flash hazard analysis (AFHA).

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Arc Flash Hazard Analysis: Carelabs takes pride in identifying potential electrical hazards at each point in an electrical distribution system.

 

 

WHY CARELABS TO PERFORM THIS SERVICE?

♦ Data (equipment location, manufacturer, model number and settings) will be gathered by trained technicians who are able to identify and handle potentially hazardous electrical equipment.
♦ Data will be documented and analyzed using the latest technology.
♦ We will coordinate with the power utility companies to obtain information about the electrical distribution system feeding the facility.
♦ Our in-house engineers will supervise the study and review information, calculations and results.

WHY PERFORM ARC FLASH HAZARD ANALYSIS?

♦ Meets OSHA requirements to protect employees who work on and around electrical equipment
♦ Can reduce insurance liability
♦ Fulfills periodic electrical evaluations required by law
♦ Assists in identifying and reducing electrical problems before they lead to unscheduled outages, OSHA safety concerns or an Arc Flash event

We will provide a detailed plan to bring your facility up to compliance with the National Electrical Code.

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Benefits of Arc Flash Hazard Analysis:
A thorough analysis will lessen customer and staff liability.

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FULFILLED WITH ARC FLASH HAZARD ANALYSIS

OSHA requires employers to assess the workplace and determine what type of PPE each employee should be wearing at a given task in areas of potential electrical hazards

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