Electrical Safety Services

Electrical safety services

 

Martin Technical Electrical Safety Services combine decades of experience with today’s technologies providing real world solutions which help reduce risk and improve inefficiencies in the work place. We are experts in the industry providing professional safety solutions to our clients on a global basis.

 

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ARC FLASH

The Martin Technical Arc Flash Risk Assessment, Labeling and Safety Program is one of the most comprehensive in the industry. Our combination of experience, quality and dependability has made Martin Technical one of the premier and most trusted names in arc flash study and electrical safety.  We don’t cut corners, and we put safety first!

 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION / AUDIT

The purpose of an electrical safety inspection or audit is to identify potentially hazardous electrical situations and provide corrective actions for situations determining compliance with NEC ®, NFPA ® 70E and 70B, OSHA, electrical safety work processes, maintenance tools, and to identify potential costs savings and inefficiencies through modification of electrical systems.

 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY WRITTEN PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

Martin Technical will save you hundreds of hours developing an Electrical Safety Program & Plan. With an extensive background in electrical safety and training Martin Technical will recommend detailed topics and language, specific to your facility that should be included in your Electrical Safety Program.

 

ELECTRICAL SAFETY & ARC FLASH TRAINING

The NFPA 70E ® Electrical Safety and Arc Flash  training program is designed to save lives, prevent disabling injuries, and prevent damage to plants, building and equipment.

 

QUALIFIED ELECTRICAL WORKER CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

This Qualified Electrical Worker Certification & Electrical Safety Training Program helps with OSHA Subpart S, 1910 and NFPA requirements for “Qualified Persons”. OSHA states that only a “Qualified Person” is permitted to work on or near exposed energized parts and that a “Qualified Person” is “one who has received training in and has demonstrated skills and knowledge in the construction and operation of electric equipment and installations and the hazards involved.”

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