Workplace and Third-party Health & Safety


Electrical installations are analyzed throughout the premises and improvement advice to achieve compliance is prepared and submitted in required detail.

Analysis of Arc Flash and Shock Hazards in various industrial environments based on the following standards:

  • IEEE Standard 1584, Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations
  • OSHA 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 1910 Subpart S
  • NFPA 70 National Electrical Code
  • NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (2009 edition)
  • Any internal or corporate-mandated standards

Scope can also include: 

  • Fault current studies
  • Protective device evaluation


  • Documentation is updated to latest as-built installation.
  • Proper warning signs and information provided wherever required.
  • Personal Protective Equipment is recommended wherever required and sources for regular inspection and frequency of inspection are suggested.
  • All relevant staff members are informed and trained.

 Benefits for Risk Management:

  • Preventing serious accidents, reducing liability exposures (e.g., worker’s compensation) and financial losses.
  • Achieving compliance with above standards.
  • Can inform top and line management at all levels about hazards and recommend priorities regarding capital expenditure and priority actions.
  • Serves as the basis for a group-wide compliance program regarding electrical safety.

Benefits for Line Management:

  • Preventing serious accidents.
  • Occupational health and safety is aligned with latest state-of-the-art safety standards regarding electrical safety.
  • Based on the analysis and advice, capital expenditure budgets can be prepared to achieve compliance within a given timeframe.
  • Staff will receive first time or refresher training regarding electrical safety.

Please contact us for further details and to discuss your specific needs.


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