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Arc flash is a serious hazard with potentially devastating effects. Ensuring worker safety and meeting the challenges of the new arc flash safety requirements can be a difficult task.

Trust experience to deliver the most complete solutions for arc flash compliance. From hazard analysis and labeling to personal protective equipment and training, Emerson’s electrical service team is your source to reduce your risk, provide the industry’s best safety programs, and ensure regulatory compliance.

Whether you require a complete program or short-term assistance with arc flash calculations, we have a solution to fit your needs. Select from our menu of services for Arc Flash Solutions.

Arc Flash Hazard Analysis (Study)

The National Fire Protection Association Guidelines (NFPA 70E) require facility owners to perform an arc flash hazard analysis prior to allowing a worker to perform a task on energized equipment. The arc flash analysis identifies the presence and location of potential hazards and provides recommendations for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), boundaries for limited, restricted and prohibited approaches, recommendations for flash protection, and safe work practices.

Arc Flash Hazard Labeling Plan

Electrical inspectors are now enforcing the new labeling requirement published in the National Electrical Code (NEC 110.16) that states a warning label must be placed on electrical equipment that may remain energized during maintenance or repair. Emerson can assist with compliance during each phase of an arc flash hazard analysis. In the initial phase, Emerson supplies the labels and can also assist in applying the appropriate warning labels and signs.

Other arc flash services provided include:

  • Site Review/Compliance Assessment
  • Design Review
  • Single-Line Diagrams
  • Short Circuit and Coordination Studies
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Electrical Safety Program Review/Development
  • Training
  • Personal Protective Equipment Plan
  • Documentation