ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE CONSULTATION

Electrical Maintenance Programs

“The electrical safety program shall include elements that consider condition of maintenance of electrical equipment and systems.” – 2015 Edition of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.

As of the new 2015 Edition, NFPA 70E now requires that the physical condition of electrical equipment be considered when developing the facility’s Electrical Safety Program. The fact that proper equipment maintenance has an impact on technician safety is common sense and has been highlighted in our training classes for years. However, the new NFPA 70E is now very clear that this critical component of employee safety cannot be overlooked or ignored.

A modern Electrical Maintenance Program is a key component to every facility’s Electrical Safety Program.

There can be several components to a complete Electrical Maintenance Program. However, Energized Electrical Maintenance is the most efficient and cost-effective way to accurately assess the safety and reliability of your facility’s Electrical System.

A proper Energized Electrical Maintenance program should include:

  • Infrared Thermographic Inspection
  • Ultrasonic Service
  • Visual Inspection
  • Comprehensive Diagnostic Services, including Voltage, Current, Resistance and Harmonic readings
  • Professional Reporting and Repair Recommendations
  • Infrared Window Consultation and other Recommendations that will improve Safety and Reliability

Only a few service providers in each state have the necessary equipment and trained technicians to safely and accurately perform quality Energized Electrical Maintenance.

Ritter Safety & Facility Support is uniquely qualified to offer professional recommendations of Premier Energized Service Providers in your area. We’re here to help! Please contact us to for a no-cost, independent referral.

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