Save money. Save time. Don’t start over when you need to update your arc flash study. Reuse your existing data and minimize the time it takes to refresh your program. Vertiv engineers can provide a list of any required changes to ensure compliance with current NFPA requirements. Results from the evaluation can then be used to develop your project scope of work and specifications.

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Ideally, an arc flash study begins with an accurate short circuit and coordination study. The short circuit study verifies that all equipment is properly rated to withstand and interrupt the available short circuit current and the protective device coordination study determines the proper settings for overcurrent protective devices in the power system. Together, the results of these studies are used in the calculations to estimate the available incident energy.

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An up-to-date single-line diagram is not only a necessity to perform an arc flash study, it’s required by NFPA 70E. Vertiv engineers can update your existing diagram or create a new one. The up-to-date single-line diagram provides the road map to enable proper maintenance of equipment, design redundancy, and protection of your electrical distribution system

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Controlling risk begins with understanding the hazards, severity and likelihood of occurrence. Once identified, Vertiv engineers can help determine the best approach for eliminating or mitigating arc flash and other risks. If total elimination isn’t possible, our team will proceed through the hierarchy of controls defined in NFPA 70E to determine the best risk-mitigation strategy for you.

Don’t wait for an injury, or worse, a fatality to happen as a result of an electrical accident at your facility. Protect the health, safety and welfare of your employees through a comprehensive arc-flash training program which addresses the requirements of OSHA 1910 and NFPA 70E. Vertiv training courses will provide the student an understanding of the hazards associated with working on or around electricity and how to identify the most effective ways to minimize the risks associated with the hazards.

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