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What does the arc flash process look like?There are five steps in our arc flash process: Data Collection Computer Modeling Review Labeling Reports Data collection. A technician or engineer will gather data from the client’s facility/site in a format to be entered into a computer program and modeled. This information requires access to electrical equipment, although it does not mean the equipment needs to be shut down or powered off. Our trained, responsible, and qualified electricians can gather this data with no interruptions to operations. Computer Modeling. Utilizing electrical engineering software(s) such as SKM PowerTools, engineers model one-line drawings and run reports with the most current calculations, all by using the data collected by the technicians. Review. Making sure that everything is accurate is of the utmost importance when performing an arc flash study, as safety is paramount. A reputable provider will include the client in their review process to verify the integrity of the data and confirm that the electrical model is correct. Labeling. Labels are the part that ties everything together. Without labels, you effectively do not have an arc flash study completed. The labels provide pertinent information on the hazard and must be followed closely to maintain the safest work environment. Reports. At the end of it all, the client will receive a final report containing various information generated from the study, as well as one-line drawings signed by an engineer. These drawings go hand-in-hand with the labels in capturing and displaying necessary data about the study.
What safety services does Herzig offer?We offer 9 total services: 1. Arc flash analysis 2. Lockout/Tagout Procedures 3. Electrical Safety Audits 4. Hazardous Area Audits 5. Infrared Inspections 6. Preventative Maintenance Audits 7. Written Safety Programs (Electrical & LOTO) 8. Onsite & Virtual Safety Training 9. Qualified Electrical Worker Evaluations & Audits We are concerned with keeping your workplace safe from hazardous energies. We do not offer general safety OSHA-related services.
What does your NFPA 70e employee training include?Topics cover the following areas: Hazard Identification Electric Shock Arc Flash Arc Blast Codes and Standards OSHA 29 CFR 1910.331-335 NFPA 70E (2024) NEC (2023) NFPA 70B (2023) IEEE 1584.1 ANSI Z.10 ASTM F 1505 & 1506 Proactive Safety Culture ANSI Z.10 Hierarchy of Controls Warning Labels PPE Selection & Use Energized vs. De-energized Electrical Preventative Maintenance (EPM) Tools and Meters Risk Assessments Electrical Safety Programs
What codes & standards will your services help me stay compliant with?Our electrical safety audits, assessments, and training satisfy compliance requirements across industries: OSHA 29 CFR 1910 & 1926 (Electrical Safety & Control of Hazardous Energy Standards) NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code for Safe Electrical Installations) NFPA 70E (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace) NPFA 70B (Standard for Electrical Equipment Maintenance) NPFA 99 (Health Care Facilities Code) IEEE 1584 (Guide for Performing Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations) ANSI Z.10 (Occupational Health And Safety Management Systems) And many others!
How long does the arc flash process take?For a 300,000 sq ft facility with a moderate density and equipment count, our arc flash studies from start to finish typically take 3-6 months. Multiple variables are taken into account with a speed of a job. Bigger facilities could have a lower equipment density and count, speeding up the processes. In the same way, smaller facilities could have a higher equipment density and require more data collection time. Both the client and the arc flash provider are to work together to move through the process with speed, but also with a quality final product.