Arc flash: are you prepared?

Answer the questions below and we’ll generate a custom report for you.

This tool is not intended for use outside of the U.S.

Do you have a current one-line diagram showing all of the electrical equipment in your facility?

Has your facility had an arc flash study on its electrical equipment within the past five years as required by NFPA 70E?

Has the electrical equipment changed in your facility since the last time an arc flash study was performed?

Are arc flash warning labels affixed to your electrical equipment, and do they include nominal voltage, arc flash boundary, incident energy, working distance and shock protection boundaries?

Are all employees who come in contact with energized electrical equipment trained on arc flash safety, and has the training been documented?

Do all employees who work on energized electrical equipment have access to and use the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE)?

Does your facility have a documented electrical safety program?

Terms and Conditions

LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This Arc Flash Safety Preparedness Profile (the Profile) is a general tool to guide an evaluation of potential arc flash hazards and risks; this Profile is not intended to prove or disprove compliance with NFPA 70E standards, OSHA standards or any other applicable legal or consensus standards, nor does it provide legal advice on the same. Do not rely solely on this Profile to establish whether any arc flash hazards may or may not exist at the facility. A more comprehensive on-site review is necessary to accurately assess any arc flash hazards that may exist at the facility. Eaton specifically does not offer any warranty, guarantee or other assurance regarding arc flash hazards that may or may not exist at the facility, and specifically does not warrant, guarantee or assure that an arc flash incident will or will not occur. Eaton expressly and impliedly disclaims any and all liability.