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When it comes to Electrical Safety and Facility Reliability there is one Nationally Recognized source of instruction and information. The National Fire Protection Agency, NFPA, is the Official Standards for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.

Consultation and training

Electrical safety code hazards

Facility Reliability

What Is An Arc Flash?

Simply put, Arc Flash is an electrical explosion. Chances are you have even seen one yourself. Ever pulled the plug out of a wall socket and seen a spark? That my friend is an Arc Flash! Although it is small, because the power is only 120 volts and only a couple of amps, that arc flash can become quite severe and even deadly when it occurs in a 480-volt electrical system that is carrying 20,000 plus amps, like most commercial facilities do. This is exactly why the NFPA, National Fire Protection Agency, has taken strong measures to mitigate this specific kind of electrical hazard.  

For the past ten years I have been educating business/building owners and their staff on this potentially deadly event. Which is exactly why you came here in the first place, to learn about arc flash. What you don’t know can, and often does, hurt you. 

That is why I do what I do. I help people like you, “Protect your assets: employees, vendors, and property” and limit your financial Liability! 

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We are a Full Service Electrical Safety Consultant

Arc Flash Safety Training

My training session will give you a complete list of everything you need to ensure your team is doing the right things to make sure you are in full compliance with all NFPA 70E, 70B, and 99 codes.

Arc Flash NFPA 70E Safety Training

This training is required for anyone who is going to work on any kind of equipment that is powered by electricity. That means HVAC, Elevators, Motors, Pumps, and more.

Arc Flash Facility Compliance

Commissioning an Arc Flash Risk Assessment to make sure you and your company are in full compliance of all the NFPA 70E Arc Flash Hazard Analysis requirements before something happens.

Arc Flash Risk Assessment

Conducting an Arc Flash Risk Assessment is only one of the things that must be done to prevent serious, and potentially deadly, health risks due to shock and/or exposure to an Arc Flash Event.

Arc Flash Safety-Related Electrical Maintenance Requirements

Since the 2015 Edition of NFPA 70E the Code has made it quite clear. “Safety-Related Maintenance Requirements” CODE 205.3 states…

Arc Flash PPE Selection Guidance

Understanding the importance of wearing, selecting, and caring for the proper PPE is essential to ensuring the protection of your employees and/or vendors.

Online Partial Discharge Testing

In an electrical asset, partial discharges provide an early indication of dielectric irregularities that can lead to insulation breakdown…

40 Year Recertification Inspection

For those who do not yet know, due to the collapse of the Surfside Condominium back in June of 2021, Miami-Dade County building officials made significant changes to the recertification process…

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