Anyone who works on or near energized electrical equipment is at risk for experiencing an arc flash or shock related injury.
Rozel Provides affordable high quality safety training based on the NFPA-70E standard. With training from our NFPA certifiedelectrical safety professionals, you will be compliant with OSHA 1910 Subpart S standards. We will teach you the techniques outlined in NFPA 70E that will keep you and your employees safe when working on or near energized electrical equipment.
Arc Flash Studies
An arc flash study is an evaluation of the hazards present at your specific facility. We inspect each piece of yourelectrical circuit and utilize one line drawings to determine the potential hazard at each location.
Labels are applied detailing the specifics of the hazard and what PPE should be worn to minimize the risk to personnel working on or near that piece of equipment. After we leave your facility we generate a report detailing all of our observations as well as recommendations of changes that you could make to lessen the severity of an arc flash.
What you don’t know can hurt you. Our qualified technician will travel to your facility to perform complete electrical IR scanning of electrical panels and the anomalies will be reported during our on-site visit. All items scanned will be included in our final report.
Don’t be left in the dark, The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70B §11.17.5 suggests that every commercial and industrial building in the United States should have an IR survey at least once a year.
A few of the benefits when using Rozel for your Infrared scanning professional
The information we collect is entered in our software as a one line drawing to reflect current existing conditions at your facility. Specifics about your equipment are entered including: breaker and fuse part numbers, breaker settings, wire size, wire length, transformer impedance, voltage, etc. Our one lines do not typically include floor equipment though, we only draw what is necessary for the arc flash evaluation. We must create one lines to do our job but you benefit by having up-to-date one lines moving forward.
Electrical Maintenance Training
Anyone who works on or near energized electrical equipment is required by OSHA to be properly trained. Rozel has professional,experienced and certified trainers ready to help you with any of your needs
Rozel has developed several different classes and call customize a class to meet your special needs We want to meet any and all of your electrical safety needs.
Some of our standard on-site classes:
4 Hour – General electrical safety training
8 Hour – Advanced electrical safety training with hands on
2 Day – Expert level electrical safety training
4 Day – Train the trainer
Our training classes are affordable, high quality and based on the NFPA-70E standard. Attendees will obtain the knowledge for OSHA 1910 Subpart S standards compliance from the Rozel.
Our Industry leading safety poster helps you and your employees to work around potential arc flash hazards in the safest manner. On it are recommended safe working distances and what PPE should be worn for varying levels of arc flash hazards.