Owners and operators are often left wondering what will they get for their investment.
What will the report look like?
What kind of information will it contain?
In this webinar we review the common elements of a DHA Report and go over a sample report for a fictional facility.
You will learn the steps that we take in order to complete a proper arc flash assessment which will get you in compliance with the OSHA mandate.
Learn 3 ways to complete an arc flash assessment on a limited budget. Brought to you by a leading Hallam-ICS arc flash specialist and electrical safety trainer, Scott King. Refresh your knowledge on arc flash basics, such as requirements, risks of non-compliance and cost drivers. Discover the 3 ways to minimize the costs of implementation and the benefits of each one.
Whenever the subject of wiring or communicating between a Toxic Gas Monitoring Systems (TGMS) and a Fire Alarm Systems (FAS) comes up, there are usually negative responses and concerns that these two systems should “talk” to each other. However, once the subject is discussed, it becomes clear that they should or need to communicate.
The webinar outlines the Key Components for Creating a Low Voltage Electrical Safety Program based around NFPA 70E.
This presentation will give you a chance to see what information should be included in your safety plan and provide you with a general outline to create your own.
Many already know that NFPA 652 requires facilities producing or handling combustible dust to complete a Dust Hazards Analysis (DHA). The number one reason for completing a DHA is to identify hazards and protect facility and its workers. This webinar is timely information for you to meet the approaching NFPA 652 deadline of September 7, 2020 that requires owners to conduct a DHA for existing facilities and processes.
A TGMS must provide a safe environment. Without that capability it is not a TGMS. This presentation will walk through the basic decisions that you need to consider when implementing or renovating a TGMS. The discussion will include identifying your system’s inputs and outputs, communication protocols, logic solvers, and visualization choices.