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Turnkey Incident Energy Analysis

Turnkey Incident Energy Analysis

Complete, Turnkey, Engineered Arc Flash Program & Consultation

The top-notch Facility Results safety team is composed of safety experts, professional electrical engineers, and experienced trainers who understand the electrical safety requirements stipulated by OSHA and the standards established by the NFPA, NEC, ANSI, and IEEE.

As part of our Turnkey Incident Energy Analysis, Facility Results will provide a comprehensive model of your power distribution system, including a thorough electrical safety analysis and complete written program, containing many of the following components:

  • ANSI Compliant Labeling
  • One-Line Diagram
  • Short Circuit Analysis
  • Hazard Mitigation
  • Device Coordination
  • Hazard Category Outcomes
  • Site-specific Training
  • Personal Protective Equipment Recommendations
  • Tooling Recommendations
  • Ongoing Compliance Audits
  • A State-of-the-Art Change Management Program
  • An Ongoing Managed Glove Program

Facility Results has the experience and know how to guide you through the complex and confusing OSHA & NFPA regulations that are now required by all employers. Together we will find real-world, practical solutions for compliance and implementation. Facility Results has the field experience required to assess the needs of your facility and recommend a complete solution—from labels to training—and the latest technology available in personal protective equipment. We offer a full-service Turnkey Incident Energy Analysis and Safety Solution focused on providing value to the end user.

Allow Facility Results to step you through the process of compliance and stay with you through the life of your electrical safety program. With the addition of FlashTrack™, our data collection software tool,  we can help you keep your facility compliant in real time.


Facility Results will be there with you.

Other Related Services:

Onsite Arc Flash Training
Hazard/Risk Category (HRC) Assessment
Engineer-Assisted Incident Energy Analysis