Arc Flash and Electrical Safety

Arc Flash and Electrical Safety

More than Assessments: Inspired Engineering for Electrical Safety

At Hallam-ICS, our teams love engineering and people. We’re passionate about conducting in-depth Arc Flash assessments of electrical systems so your people can work safely and return home to their families after each and every shift.

We perform detailed Arc Flash assessments and implement cost-effective solutions for short-term and long-term arc flash mitigation. We create and evaluate comprehensive computer models of existing electrical systems and provide updated AutoCAD single lines for document control. Our certified electrical safety trainers help meet OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S and NFPA 70E requirements, and carry the burden of electrical safety in your facility so you can focus on having the best business output possible.

Core Arc Flash Services

  • Arc Flash Surveys
  • Mitigation of Problems
  • Short Circuits Analysis
  • Five-Year Arc Flash Updates
  • Coordination Studies
  • Electrical Safety Training

Our Expertise

  • Protecting Your Business
  • Safety and Compliance
  • Electrical System Improvements


  • Arc Flash  Loss Prevention
  • Qualified Experts
  • Useful Deliverables

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The 7 Steps To Complete An Arc Flash Analysis

With concern for the communities where we live and work, we give our teams the time and space to address all identifiable risks and work toward a safe solution – the risks associated with complacency are too great to ignore.   Learn in greater detail what it takes to complete an arc flash analysis, its importance and benefits for your facility.

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Arc flash analysis essentials

White Paper: Arc Flash Analysis Essentials

This whitepaper explores the top reasons for performing an  Arc Flash Analysis for your facility, including:

  • Saving lives and reducing injuries
  • Compliance with regulatory agencies
  • Correcting systems coordination and lowering incident energy levels
  • Establishing minimum requirements for PPEs
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Case Study: Ensuring Reliability Of Electrical Power Distribution Systems For Compliance With OSHA And NFPA 70E

Augusta Health is among the finest community hospitals in America. Located in Fishersville VA, Augusta Health opened in 1994 to continue a tradition of personalized care with small-town hospitality that began more than 50 years ago with predecessor hospitals in Staunton and Waynesboro, Virginia. Today, their highly trained physicians and staff use state-of-the-art technology to provide superlative care with warmth and compassion.

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Compliance with OSHA and NFPA 70E

7 steps Arc Flash Webinar Recording Access

7 Steps To Complete An Arc Flash Analysis  

  • Refresh your knowledge on arc flash basics
  • Learn 7 steps to complete an arc flash analysis
  • Discover why & who should attend Qualified Electrical Safety training
  • Learn the overall benefits of an arc flash analysis

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3 Ways Arc Flash Webinar Access Vertical

3 Ways To Complete An Arc Flash Assessment On A Limited Budget

  • Requirements, risks of non-compliance and cost drivers
  • Discover how to minimize the costs
  • Learn 3 different approaches
  • How to improve productivity

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“I have been to many arc flash qualified training sessions in my time, but your training course is by far one of the most interactive and informative sessions that I have ever attended.”

Project Estimator,

Advanced Electrical Contracting 

NFPA 652 combustible dust safety

NFPA 652 Combustible Dust Safety

If your dust is combustible, you must address fire, flash fire, and explosion hazards to protect your personnel and facility.

Enforceable by OSHA under the General Duty Clause, NFPA 652 provides the minimum general requirements necessary to manage these hazards.  The primary requirement of NFPA 652 is to complete a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA).  This requirement applies retroactively to existing facilities and processes and must be completed by September 7, 2020. 

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