Training on Electrical Safety

Electrical safety training is a crucial aspect of maintaining a safe and secure worksite. It is designed to educate employees about the potential hazards when working with or around electricity and how to mitigate these risks.

Our training typically covers topics such as recognizing electrical hazards and learning about safety equipment and procedures. With a thorough understanding of various standards such as IEEE 1584, NFPA 70, IEEE 80, IEEE 81, etc. our engineers will recommend and implement necessary safety solutions with emphasis on the importance of following safety protocols such as de-energizing electrical equipment before performing maintenance and using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

Moreover, it highlights the dangers of overloading circuits, using damaged electrical equipment, and working on electrical systems without proper authorization or knowledge. The training also stresses the significance of regular inspections and maintenance to ensure electrical systems and equipment are in good working condition.

By participating in our electrical safety training, your employees can gain valuable knowledge and skills to protect themselves and their coworkers from electrical accidents. This not only contributes to a safer work environment but also promotes productivity and efficiency. Moreover, this leads to saving money in the long term.

Electricity is a powerful and useful resource, but it can be deadly if not handled correctly. Therefore, electrical safety training is not just a regulatory requirement; it’s a life-saving necessity.


Arc Flash Risk Assessment

An Arc Flash Risk Assessment is a critical component of any comprehensive electrical safety program. It goes beyond mere testing to evaluate the likelihood and potential severity of arc flash incidents. This assessment combines incident energy analysis with a systematic review of the facility's electrical safety practices, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) standards, and employee training programs.

The assessment is part of a complete electrical analysis required by NFPA 70E and NFPA 70. Using calculations prescribed by IEEE 1584, it determines the incident energy to which a worker may be exposed and how to protect the worker from the heat, light, and blast associated with an arc flash accident.

The goal of an arc flash risk assessment is to ensure worker safety, first and foremost. But beyond that, a sustainably maintained assessment saves money in the long term. It adopts a holistic risk management methodology using the 4Ps of Predict, Prevent, Processand Protect to ensure that arc flash hazards are systematically identified, analysed, and prevented from causing harm.


Our Arc Flash Risk Assessment services include:

  • Collection of technical data from the site, plant or industry and preparation of a network model in Power Tools from M/s SKM, USA.
  • Performing short circuit studies & equipment evaluations based on short circuit currents and provide necessary recommendations.
  • Perform arc flash calculations at each bus, panel and switchboard in the system and identify the hazards, assess existing protection coordination and recommend suitable PPEs.
  • Supply of required PPEs, safety gears, warning labels for application on various electrical equipment such as panels and switchboards.
  • Provide detailed training on arc flash hazards and safety.
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