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Arc Flash Risk Assessment

Arc Flash Risk Assessment

Why is Arc Flash Risk Assessment essential?

Phoventus can help you update your Arc Flash Risk Assessment and ensure compliance with codes and regulations as well as safeguarding personnel and the electrical installations.

In fact, several regulations, codes, and standards define requirements for Arc Flash safety. Above all, these include OSHA, NFPA 70E, CSA Z462, IEEE 1584-2018, and NESC.

Also, article 130.5 of NFPA 70E requires employers to perform an Arc Flash Hazard Analysis for electrical equipment. And, to update the study every five years.

Onsite assessments / Solar project ARC Flash

  • Site visit for data collection as well as verification
  • Arc Flash hazards analysis
  • Fault current calculation
  • Protective device coordination study
  • Personal Protective Equipment selection
  • Arc Flash label printing and / or Installation
  • Arc Flash hazards mitigation strategy
  • Educating personnel on hazard awareness
  • Training personnel on how to work within acceptable limits

In particular, several regulations, codes, and standards define requirements for Arc Flash safety, including OSHA, NFPA 70E, CSA Z462, IEEE 1584-2018, and NESC. Article 130.5 of NFPA 70E requires employers to perform an Arc Flash risk assessment for electrical equipment and to update the study every five years.

Canadian Power Engineers is the newest member of the family and a wholly-owned division of Phovetus Inc. Above all, we are a driven, passionate team. Our value is our insight into the latest technology and approaches needed to deliver our client’s projects on time and within budget. Renewable Power Specialist.

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