OSHA Arc Flash Hazards Certification Clark County NV

Arc FlashArc Flash is a disastrous and deadly occurence that gives very little warning.

The labeling, according to OSHA and NFPA rules is only one step. Complete OSHA compliance requires four separate elements.

  • First, you need to conduct a yearly arc flash training assessment of your facility.
  • Secondly, you need to have customized warning labels throughout your facility.
  • Third, you need to have a proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) invenory available to all affected employees in each electrical room.
  • Fourth, you need to add legal language for any contractors brought on site to ensure their compliance with OSHA.

Without all four components in place, you are not OSHA-compliant and will be found to be non-compliant with OSHA shoud an OSHA inspector show up at your door. The Amerisk team has conducted Arc Flash Risk Assessment (AFRA) protocols at many premier facilities throughout the nation. We look forward to getting you OSHA-compliant too.

Other benefits beyond simle compliance can be had though; adding to an the posting of your SLD (another OSHA mandate), coordination study and more.

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