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      Arc Flash solutions

      Étincelles et incendies

      Défis

      Au cours des dix dernières années, plus de 30 000 travailleurs ont été blessés dans des accidents électriques sur le lieu de travail.
      L'OSHA définit des exigences de sécurité électrique sur le lieu de travail qui sont décrites dans la norme NFPA 70E : Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace®. Schneider Electric préconise le respect de la norme NFPA 70E, non seulement pour la sécurité des travailleurs mais aussi pour la productivité des équipements. Un accident d'arc électrique peut rendre un équipement inutilisable et impose un temps d’arrêt coûteux pour l'installation.
      • Solutions

        Schneider Electric is a recognized leader in promoting electrical workplace safety and helping companies comply with the requirements of NFPA 70E. Basic compliance is established with a five-step process. We recommend an additional step* to assist the facility owner with fine-tuning the electrical power system.

        1.    Develop and audit an Electrical Safe Work Practices Policy
        2.    Conduct an Arc Flash Risk Assessment to determine the present degree of arc flash hazards and apply associated equipment labeling
        3.    Ensure adequate supplies of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and proper tools
        4.    Conduct regularly scheduled safety training and audits for all electrical workers
        5.    Maintain all electrical distribution system components

        *Follow Strategies to mitigate and control arc flash hazards, that may include:
        • Overcurrent Protective Device Coordination Study 
        • Upgrade Switchgear with a Virtual Main Relay
        • Infrared Viewing Windows 
        • Remote Racking System 
        • Wireless Temperature Monitoring System
      • Value Proposition

        Schneider Electric Engineering Services has been proactively engaged in electrical workplace safety and compliance since arc flash requirements were first introduced. Many of our engineers are leaders in IEEE, NFPA, and other power system standard-making organizations.
      • Differentiation

        • Over 120 strategically-located professional engineers who are collectively registered in every state to meet state licensing requirements
        • Professional engineers who have in-depth knowledge of power distribution and control equipment
        • Full-scope NFPA 70E compliance support and solutions
        • Standardized methodology to complete arc flash analyses along with uniform reporting standards nationwide
        • Arc flash mitigation solutions through a variety of engineering and electrical distribution services
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      Explore How We Can Help You Meet the Requirements of NFPA 70E

      Schneider Electric takes safety seriously. In fact, our culture of safety helps mitigate your risks. Our North American Operating Division is one of an elite group of companies to simultaneously hold the Robert W. Campbell Award (2009) and the Green Cross Award (2011).We receive over 50 “Operational Excellence” safety awards from the National Safety Council each year. In addition, Schneider Electric holds third-party audited OHSAS 18001 certification for its Safety Management System and ISO 14001 certification for its Environmental Management System.