Shock & Electrocution Assessment

The latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recorded statistics report 1,700 non-fatal electrical-related injuries. These electrocution and injuries result from contact with energized parts and equipment such as light fixtures, wiring and transformers.

The cause of these injuries is often attributed to inappropriate work on energized electrical systems, lack of safety training for workers and improper labeling. Exponent Electrical Engineers are registered Professional Engineers with extensive experience with the NFPA 70: National Electrical Code. We  have extensive knowledge of electrical safety related codes and standards including the National Electrical Safety Code and NFPA 70E: Standard For Electrical Safety In The Workplace as well as OSHA 29 CFR 1910.305 regulations.

Our team provides shock and electrocution assessments related to electrical systems including: energy generation, transmission and distribution, renewable energy, batteries and energy storage and power electronics.

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