Our solution to arc flash analysis helps clients put electrical safety information where it belongs – right in the hands of your maintenance staff and electrical contractors.
Buffalo Grove, IL (PRWEB) June 24, 2016
TPC iSchematic, a division of TPC Training Systems, will showcase their unique approach to arc flash analysis at The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) “Safety 2016” professional development conference and exposition. The event will host a variety of speakers and exhibitors engaged in promoting emerging occupational safety topics and trends.
TPC iSchematic’s demonstration will showcase how their solution helps facilities maintain better compliance and safety by making the information more accessible and updateable than traditional arc flash reporting and labeling can offer. The custom process mapping application takes a static arc flash study and transforms its content into an updatable electrical safety toolkit rendered on a mobile interface. The result gives workers and contractors interactive access to up-to-date electrical safety content designed for use directly at the work site.
At Safety 2016, attendees will see first-hand how TPC iSchematic’s approach to arc flash can deliver:
- An Interactive map of the facility’s entire electrical system, with the ability to zoom to electrical equipment bus locations and warning labels.
• Full mobile portability to efficiently manage facilities of any size or multiple facilities.
• Easy updatability to maintain accuracy and worker safety.
• Manufacturer information with visual references to make fuse and circuit repairs easier and safer.
“The goal, at the end of the day, is to keep workers safe while working with electricity,” said Casey Smith, Senior Electrical Engineer for TPC. “Our solution to arc flash analysis helps clients put electrical safety information where it belongs – right in the hands of your maintenance staff and electrical contractors.”
Arc flash analysis is an electrical engineering study that allows commercial and industrial buildings and industrial facilities to fulfill OSHA 1910 132(d) and NFPA 70E requirements for assessing the workplace arc flash hazards. Arc flash analysis is conducted via on-site data-gathering by field analysts, followed by calculation of arc flash hazards and requirements by an experienced electrical engineer.
About TPC Training Systems: TPC Training Systems is a privately held company with headquarters in Buffalo Grove, IL. As part of Telemedia, LLC, the company offers a complete portfolio of training methods, including online, classroom, and on-the-job. The company has helped more than 40,000 client sites globally to train over 3.5 million skilled workers.