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      Electrical, power in industrial facilities


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      Assessing replacement of electrical systems


      Replacement of electrical systems is a study of economics and risk. Factors including age, safety, reliability, efficiency, and energy costs must be weighed in conjunction with replacement costs and liability risk to formulate and prioritize upgrade plans. A comprehensive cost-benefit analysis study for each electrical subsystem will allow facilities to plan short-term and long-term expenditures for maintenance and upgrade programs for prudent facility reinvestments, replacements, and growth. Read the article

      Three tips for worker arc flash safety


      Companies need to take necessary steps to prevent an arc flash incident such as identifying potential areas where an incident might occur and ensuring workers have access to proper safety equipment like personal protective equipment (PPE). Read the article

      Is your company’s electrical safety program NFPA 70E-compliant?


      NFPA 70E-2015 requires employers to implement and document an overall electrical safety program. An NFPA 70E-compliant electrical safety program can be broken down into eight easily understood pieces. Knowledge gained from appropriate training is the key factor that will make or break a company’s electrical safety program. Read the article

      Five safety tips when working near electricity


      There is real potential for injury or death associated with electrical accidents and it is important to take the necessary steps to avoid these dangers. Read the article