Electrically powered equipment can pose a significant hazard to workers, particularly when mishandled or not maintained. Many electrical devices have high voltage or high-power requirements, carrying even more risk.
The objective of Electrical Safety training is to understand –
Electrical Safety Audit
Electrical Safety Audit is examining the safety of electrical installations of any industrial unit or organization. Electrical Safety Audit is performed by documentation review, inspection, testing and verification. Electrical Safety Audits are conducted by experienced professionals who assist clients in reducing risk and help to ensure compliance with applicable Safety Standards and Regulations.
Electrical Safety Audits helps in Identifying:
Electrical Systems typically suffer from problems such as loose connections, load unbalances and corrosion. These problems cause an increase in impedance, resulting in resistive heating. Failures can be avoided by monitoring through Thermography.
The objective of thermography is to assess hotspot of heavy current or voltage carrying electrical equipment in existing operations of the site & to generate gaps report in terms of electrical fire safety issues so that catastrophic incidents can be prevented and protection strategy is up to date.
Through this, our client can focus on –
Recommendation of prevention from equipment’s failure
Electrical Safety Training – 2days
Electricity is essential in our everyday lives, but when it is not handled properly, it can cause serious injuries or even death. It is important to understand the basics of electricity and the measures you can take to keep yourself and your co-workers safe – because safety matters.
Electrical accidents can cause burns, shocks and electrocution, and without the proper electrical safety can lead to fatal accidents in a worst-case scenario.Through this, our client can focus on –
Electrical Hazardous Area Classification
Hazardous locations are defined as places where fire or explosion hazards may exist due to flammable gases, flammable liquid–produced vapors, combustible liquid–produced vapors, combustible dusts, or ignitable fibers present in the air in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitable mixtures. Gases, vapors, mists and dusts can all form explosive atmospheres with air. Hazardous area classification is used to identify places where, because of the potential for an explosive atmosphere, special precautions over sources of ignition are needed to prevent fires and explosions. Electrical equipment that must be installed in such classified locations should be specially designed and tested to ensure it does not initiate an explosion, due to arcing contacts or high surface temperature of equipment. Through this, our client can focus on
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