Arc Flash Study and Analysis meets the OSHA's requirements in Subpart S, Safety-Related Work Practices. Our Professional Engineers are qualified and experienced in performing power system modeling and studies for existing systems. Studies include Short Circuit Calculations, Arc Flash Calculations and Co-ordination studies of new and existing electrical power distribution complying to IEEE 1584, latest NFPA 70E.
Arc Flash Studies are performed on detailed levels based on the complexity of systems: Simple System such as Commercial Facilities, Small Industries, Institutions, and Hospitals.
Intermediate System such as customer owned service transformers, selective substations, and midsized industrial and large commercial facilities.
Complex System including voltage graters than 600 volts, protective relaying, customer-owned primary substation and power generation.
Our professional engineers at NJ & Associates, Inc., will utilize the latest computerize software such as ETAP/SKM to perform Arc Flash studies. The Arc Flash analysis report includes the Executive Summary, Tabulated Results with list of equipment, Arc Flash Energy Bolted Fault Current, Arcing Fault Current, Identify Tripping and Clear Time, Working Distance, Arc Flash Protection Boundary, Incident Energy, Hazard/Risk Category and Arc Flash Label.
NJ Provides Complete Informational Training on Arc Flash Labeling
Informative training will be provided to give detailed information about Arc Flash Labeling and the latest regulations and requirements (OSHA, NFPA 70E, IEEE 1584, and NEC).
Risk Evaluation, HPR and F&EC , Boiler and Machinery, Safety Training, Premium Audit, Industrial Hygiene, Professional Placement, Technical Translation, Safety Analysis, Environmental Health, Safety Specialties, Arc Flash, Environmental Management systems, Energy Management Systems