e-Hazard Offers 3 Different Levels of Electrical Safety Audits
A Compliance Inspection gives you an overview of how well your company is meeting electrical safety compliance standards.
Recommended for smaller facilities that need a review of their electrical safety procedures and practices.
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Please Note: This audit is only available as an add-on to e-Hazard training and services.
Our Compliance Audit provides you with a broad snapshot and recommendations that can be deployed to meet compliance standards.
Recommended for medium-size facilities which need to improve and reinforce worker safety and meet NFPA 70E and OSHA standards.
Comprehensive Electrical Safety Audit (ANSI/AIHA Z10)
An e-Hazard ANSI/AIHA Z10 audit gives you the most comprehensive assessment and recommendations to ensure worker safety and standard compliance.
Recommended for any facility looking to improve its electrical safety regimen while ensuring NFPA 70E and OSHA compliance.
Why Are Electrical Safety Audits Important?
Studies have shown that audits can improve electrical safety compliance by 40%. This alone can help save lives and reduce worker fatalities.
We use the principles of NFPA 70E as a guide during our audits. We can also use your current auditing software, such as SAP, PeopleSoft, Oracle, etc., to streamline the process.
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Learning Center: Electrical Safety Audits
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