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Arc flash risk assessment requirements easily met with right distributor

Arc flash risk assessment requirementsIf you’re a Facility Operations Manager who’s looking to meet arc flash risk assessment requirements and become OSHA compliant with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E standards, it’s imperative you partner with a distributor who lives and breathes safety.

Safety is paramount at any facility, especially for those who work with or around electricity. That’s why it’s important to work with a distributor partner that can provide the right training, system analysis and risk-reduction recommendations that get your people home safely at the end of the day.

Part of Border States’ commitment to safety, for example, involves a unique partnership with Rockwell Automation, an organization that provides the necessary expertise to evaluate the potential dangers of arc flash in order to protect your workers and reduce downtime.

If you’re a company with motor control centers, electrical maintenance staff or manufacturing equipment, you would benefit from an arc flash risk assessment. Learn more about the dangers of an arc flash.

Core components of arc flash risk assessment requirements

  • Assessment – Engineers visit your site to assess the entire electrical power system and collect data.
  • Analysis – Data is analyzed to determine the adequacy of your systems, as well as the levels of personal protective equipment (PPE) required for the protection of your employees.
  • Reporting – Reports are generated and delivered, highlighting risk areas.
  • Labeling – Applicable equipment in your facility is labeled, ensuring employee safety and NFPA 70E compliance.
  • Training: Training is provided to highlight the risks that are present, as well as define the required PPE and safe work practices required to mitigate risks.

Contact a professional distributor partner to learn more.

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