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Arc Flash, Short Circuit,

& Coordination Study Experts

20 Years' Valuable Experience

Serving AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, TX, UT, WA, & WY



The Key to Compliance is an Electrical Safety Program Your Crew

Can Follow

Maybe you're an environmental health and safety officer or maybe you're just the lucky person who had electrical safety thrust upon you as part of your job duties.  You really don't have the time nor possibly the expertise in OSHA, NFPA 70E, or working with electricity to allow you to feel comfortable in putting together your own electrical safety program.  That's where we can help.


D.P. Lund Company has developed a model electrical safety program that gives you firm guidelines and important forms that will allow you to establish your company's own electrical safety program with verbiage that stresses the importance of worker compliance by citing the NFPA 70E and OSHA 1910 Subpart S - Electrical requirements.

In addition to the model handbook, you will receive the following worksheets to use with your program:


• Outside Contractor Notification Form

• Workplace Safety Observation Form

• Employee Training Summary

• Job Briefing and Planning Checklist

• Energized Electrical Work Permit (EEWP)

• Risk Assessment for Equipment with a Current Arc Flash Label

• Risk Assessment for Equipment that Does Not Have a Current Arc Flash Label


An Example of What You'll Find in Our Model Electrical Safety Program


  • At least annually, a documented inspection of personal protective equipment shall be conducted.  PPE found deficient shall be replaced or repaired.  Employees shall be made aware of the need to replace or repair defective PPE at the time of damage.  If the manufacturer requires electrical or other testing, this testing shall be confirmed as having been completed successfully at the appropriate intervals.


  • The arc flash study and risk analysis, including the arc flash labels, shall be updated when a major modification or renovation takes place.  It shall be reviewed periodically, at intervals not to exceed 5 years, to account for changes in the electrical distribution system that could affect the results of the arc flash risk assessment.



Electrical Safety Training along with your Electrical Safety Program

Electrical Safety Training goes hand-in-hand with the development of an Electrical Safety Program.  If your employees are just given the handbook, you know it will end up in the bottom of their locker or desk never to be utilized again.  We can come to your facility and provide a 4-hour training class that demystifies the concepts of arc flash and the electrical safety requirements of 70E.

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