Electrical safety assessment
Electrical Safety Assessment is analyzing the safety of electrical installations in a facility. It is applicable for Industries, Power sector, Service sectors such as IT Parks, Hotels, Hospitals, Telecommunications and much more. The electrical safety assessment concentrates on current electrical safety conditions and chose other safety measures for the facility. Electrical safety assessment is conducted in a facility to ensure that electrical establishment is working in an electrically safe way and are meeting their commitments.
Compliance, increase safe working conditions, hazard minimization
Review of statutory compliance with respect to IE rule and other relevant standards. Review of electrical safety systems & procedures. Review of electrical maintenance practices and physical inspection of electrical system for any hazards
Our electrical safety assessment is conducted in an organized manner:
1) Our audit team performs an informal interview with operations, maintenance and safety personnel for resource planning, familiarization of plant process/activities and to decide the methodology, safety training, safety equipment and other such safety-related items.
2) Conduct a brief meeting with management and employees for later statistical and graphical analysis.
3) A physical walk-through is performed to review all electrical installations. All the necessary details required are collected in this time frame.
4) Finally in an exit meeting, an overview of the findings including any life threats within the facility and standard safety code violations are addressed.
After the site visit, a report is also submitted including all our findings, solutions and recommendations for improving electrical safety.
Electrical Safety Assessment helps in:
1) Identifying electrical hazards to limit the danger of accidents like fire because of short-circuiting
2) Identifying areas of risk or weakness in electrical frameworks and installations
3) Ensuring durability of costly electronic equipment like PCs and different machines
4) Development of a dynamic record of security execution
5) Ensuring consistency with Regulatory and industry safety related accepted procedures