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Data is collected by you oryour workers
Data les are sent to ITU’s
Engineering staff via: Email
The collected data is migratedinto ETAP or SKM and ourengineers conduct the analysis.
Reports, One-Line Diagrams, and Arc Flash Hazard Labels are sentback to you.
Your customer is then incompliance with OSHA andNFPA 70E.
ITU remains silent to yourcustomers.
Compliance without compromise.NFPA 70E Requires yourcustomers to...
PPE for their maintenanceworkers.
Electrical Safety Training.
Electrical Work Permits.
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2. The work that is tobe done.3.
why the circuit or equipment cannotbe de-energized or the work deferreduntil the nextscheduled outage.The EEWP documentshould also include
a section for the Electrically Qualied Person to assess the task at
hand and determine if the job can be done safely. In order to do thishe or she must be able to provide the following information:1. A detailed job description procedure to be used when performingthe job/task at hand.2. A description of the safe work practices to be employed.3. Results of the Arc Flash Hazard Analysisand Shock Hazard Analysis.4. Shock Protection Boundaries.5. Necessarypersonal protective equipment to safely perform the
Means employed to restrict the access of unqualied persons
from the work area.7.
Evidence of completion of a Job Brieng including discussion of
any job-related hazards.The document shall include the signatures (and dates) of thefollowing personnel:1.
Electrically Qualied Person performing the job/task at hand
2. Manufacturing Manager 3. Safety Manager 4. General Manager 5. Maintenance or Engineering Manager 6. Electrically Knowledgeable Person
When do I need to employ an EEWP?
Justication of work on or near electrically exposed parts that are
more than 50 volts to ground must be put into an electrically safework condition.The only two exceptions are:1. Situations where powering down equipment becomes anIncreased hazard: This is common in situations where amedical facility may require uninterrupted electricity for lifesupport systems. It is also common for machinery to storekinetic energy such as a compressed spring. This often willmake a machine more dangerous to the worker, the facility, andthe machine itself.2. When it is simply infeasible to power down: This is only whenvoltage reading and troubleshooting live components. Electricalequipment troubleshooting obviously has to be done whenenergized. OSHA recognizes and allows this without requiringthe application of an Energized Electrical Work Permit. However,
the ppe requirements posted on the arc ash warning label