Arc Flash Hazard Analysis Studies

Arc Flash Hazard Analysis Studies

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency) document  NFPA 70E define the requirements for having a Arc Flash Hazard Analysis performed on your facilities' electrical equipment to determine the Arc Flash Hazards for personnel working on or near electrical equipment.  In complying with OSHA and NFPA you are making your facility a safer place for your employees to work, and reducing legal litigation risks and liability if an accidence occurs.

There are 4 phases to the process of having a study done at your facility, and there are many ways to reduce the over all cost.

  1. Quotation Phase
  2. Data Collection Phase
  3. Study Phase
  4. Training Phase

Are you up to date with your Arc Flash Study and equipment labels?   Colbert Infrared Service, Inc. has teamed with leading Arc Flash Study engineers to provide equipment inventory and name plate data collection services as part of your routine infrared electrical inspection.  This saves you significant costs as we can add this information to our existing Thermal Trend data we collect to manage your infrared inspections.