Some of the consulting service ESPS’ team can provide to you:
- Electrical Safety Program Development & Support
- Electrical Safety Audit, External & training on executing an Internal Electrical Safety Audit
- Arc Flash Incident Energy Analysis Studies
- Electrical Specific PPE, Tools & Equipment advice
- Electrical Safe Work Procedures
- Special Projects, Client Specific Requests
A licensed product solution comprised of several documents and resources, which as a complete package will provide an Electrical Safety Program (ESP). The “Product in a Box” description relates to the self-directed, self-adapted method upon which your company will manage the implementation of the Electrical Safety Program within their existing Management System.
Specific to electrical hazards, existing OH&S Regulations are evolving to uniquely identify the Arc Flash hazard, Shock hazard, requirements for Qualified Electrical Workers and the need to document your policies and practices in an Electrical Safety Program.
We are a consulting services company that can provide you with specialized electrical safety services e.g. Electrical Safety Program (ESP) Audits, consulting services for Electrical Safety Program development, and complete training services related to Electrical Safety Programs.
May 15, 2017Please be advised that the CSA Z462 Workplace electrical safety Standard, 2018 Edition PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT is available to be viewed until June 7, 2017 utilizing CSA Group’s software tool for this process. If you want to review the DRAFT CSA Z462-2018 and make any comments, you can register and view the document using CSA’s software […]
May 01, 2017Terry Becker just returned from the 2017 Arc Flash Compliance Conference in Mississauga, Ontario, where he presented CSA Z462 Getting It Right! This two-day Canadian conference focused on the electrical safety standards and expectations across Canada and features only Canadian presenters and tutorial instructors who are involved in the industry. It also provided an opportunity […]
Apr 20, 2017In November and December 2016 the Ministry of Labour executed a blitz on electrical hazards in the construction sector of Ontario. The results are now in. Of the 1,108 field visits a total of 2,825 orders and requirements were issued.