Arc Flash Training and Arc Flash Analysis

Our Experts provide arc flash training and arc flash analysis nationwide. Our NFPA 70E and other electrical safety training courses are tailored to fit your needs. EDS is a turn-key solution for all of your OSHA related needs regarding electrical safety and Arc Flash Compliance. We offer NFPA 70E, Arc Flash Training, as well as many other classes focusing on electrical safety . We also specialize in Arc Flash Analysis and Equipment Labelling at facilities in all 50 States. Our electrical safety and skills training classes focus around the voice of our clients and everyday real-world occurrences. That’s what brings about desired results – increased electrical safety and skills for your employees, and more profitability for your business. We train Coast to Coast! Give us a call today for pricing or more information 888-502-3026

Training and Services Nationwide!

While some trainers simply recite information from published manuals, our trainers are the same electrical experts who have performed arc flash hazard analysis, electrical installations, electrical troubleshooting, and have maintained electrical equipment. Training and Analysis offered Coast to Coast! All industries and any size business!

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Protective Device Coordination
Short Circuit Analysis
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  • Arc Flash Training

    Our Arc Flash Training and NFPA 70E Training focuses on Electrical Safe Work Practices that are applicable in the field. Workers attending the course will have a better knowledge to perform there work tasks more efficiently, and safely. Read More
  • Arc Flash Analysis

    EDS offers turnkey solutions for arc flash analysis and arc flash risk assessments. Our technicians offer onsite data collection, one-line development, analysis, and equipment labeling per NFPA 70E and OSHA. Let us identify PPE levels and boundaries at your facility. Read More
  • Electrical Safety

    EDS specializes in electrical safety throughout all of North America. Our experts provide written electrical safety plan development, arc flash analysis, NFPA 70E and OSHA compliant arc flash training, as well as many other electrical safety courses. Read More
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Overview of Analysis Services

An Arc Flash Risk Assessment is an assessment of your work place to determine the hazards associated with arc flash. The method that EDS employs is known as the Incident Energy Analysis Method. The Incident Energy Analysis Method consists of a detailed analysis of your existing power system. EDS offers a turnkey solution for our customers nationwide.

Data Collection- Data collection is the first step to any arc flash risk assessment as it will supply the backbone for the analysis. Data is collected in the field by qualified EDS technicians. The data is specific to the power system in place. Transformer nameplates, breaker manufacturer, model and size, and conductor size are all examples of data needed.

One-Line Development-The data collected in the field by qualified EDS field representatives is entered into engineering software to develop a one-line diagram. This diagram will be used to calculate fault currents throughout the facility, as well as device clearing times to determine arc flash incident energy levels.

Arc Flash Analysis- Once the one-line diagram is completed then the arc flash analysis can be completed. The analysis calculates the arc flash PPE levels, as well as the arc flash boundary at a typical working distance. The calculation is a culmination of both the calculated fault current and clearing time of protective devices.

Arc Flash Equipment Labelling- Many service providers will provide printed labels with arc flash hazard levels and boundaries printed on them, but here at EDS we will come to site to be sure that labels are applied properly. As part of our base services we come back to site and physically apply the labels to your equipment.

Who Needs to Receive Arc Flash Training?

Electricians, Electrical Technicians, Electrical Engineers, Electrical Supervisors, Maintenance Technicians, Equipment and Machine Operators, Engineers, HVAC Technicians, Maintenance Workers, Field Service Technicians, Plant/Facility Supervisors, Building and Maintenance Managers, Environmental Health & Safety Personnel, etc. Training is required for employees who face comparable risk of injury due to electric shock or other electrical hazards. Proper training can reduce the risk of serious injury and even save lives.

Really anyone working on circuits above 50V to ground should be properly trained!

What's Covered in our NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training?

Todays electrical codes and standards: NFPA 70E, OSHA 1910, OSHA 1926, IEEE 1584, NEC 2014, Understanding electrical hazards: Shock, Arc Flash, and Arc Blast, effects of electrical current on the body, Lockout Tagout procedures, electrical safe work condition, Work involving electrical hazards, understanding incident energy analysis, equipment labeling, one-line diagrams, Proper personal protective equipment, arc flash boundary, shock boundaries, electrical safe work practices, electrical equipment maintenance importance, energized electrical work permits.

Now Providing Electrical Safety Training and Arc Flash Analysis in all 50 States

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming