EPM & NFPA 70E
NFPA Codes: Why you need CurrentSAFE® EPM
- The United States Fire Administration reports that electrical distribution systems are the leading cause of structure fires in the United States with most fire losses attributed to electrical issues are highly preventable.
- Without preventative maintenance, the failure rate of electrical systems is much higher.
- Without an electrical preventative maintenance program, management assumes a much greater risk of serious electrical failure and its consequences.
The CurrentSAFE® EPM Program will ensure…
- NFPA 70E Compliance
- Insurance Compliance
- Safety of Personnel
- Business Interruption Protection
- Protection of Your Facility
- Power Quality
NFPA 70E Compliance & Electrical Preventive Maintenance
What is NFPA 70E
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E outlines the requirements to protect personnel by reducing exposure to arc flash, arc blast and electrical hazards. As part of NFPA 70E, industrial and commercial facility owners and managers are required to perform a Hazard/Risk Analysis on their electrical systems and electrical wiring, provide safety training to staff, and perform ongoing electrical preventative maintenance.
The Importance of NFPA 70E Compliance
- Compliance ensures the safety of your employees.
- Compliance ensures the ongoing reliability of your facility.
- Compliance protects contractors working on your electrical systems.
- Compliance reduces your risk of liability.
- Compliance reduces your risk of an OSHA citation.
Are you ready to protect your business?
Proprietary Inventory and Pricing Software
Only CurrentSAFE® utilizes the EPM480 Advanced Electrical Inventory/Estimating software system to provide same-day reporting in 3 easy steps…
Step #1: Prepare a complete inventory list of the electrical distribution equipment and electrical components, entering the equipment information into the CurrentSAFE® EPM480 Estimating System;
Step #2: Determine the right services for each individual piece of equipment, allowing customization for your facility’s needs;
Step #3: Develop a 3 year EPM Program that meets all facility requirements.