Flame-Resistant Clothing Consulting and Training
Flame-Resistant Clothing Course
Is your company in need of assistance in developing and implementing an FR clothing program?
Are you concerned with:
How to develop an effective FR clothing program for your utility?
When and where FR clothing is required
to be worn?
What needs to be included in your FR
How do current and future NESC, ASTM, NFPA 70E, IEEE, and Federal OSHA standards and regulations apply, and will apply to your company?
ESCI offers companies cost-effective and straightforward answers and solutions to all your FR clothing program needs. We can assist you in:
Assessing your arc hazard potential.
The application of a cost-effective FR clothing program that fits your entire electric utility system.
Understanding current Federal OSHA 1910.269 FR clothing requirements for electric utilities.
Understanding the current NESC FR
Preparing for the future revisions of Federal OSHA's FR clothing requirements.
Understanding the application of the NESC versus NFPA 70E.
How to separate the arc flash hazards into voltage classes, work practices, and work positioning.
The use of engineering controls to limit arc flash hazards and FR clothing requirements.
Understanding the application of the 2007 NESC Table 410-1 and 410-2.
How to address low voltage FR
FR shirts, jackets, rain gear, and other clothing are available in the industry today.
ESCI's staff has many years of combined FR clothing program experience, including:
Being an active member of the NESC Subcommittee 8 "Work Rules."
Assisting in developing NESC 410.A.3 "FR Clothing Requirements" and NESC 410-1 and 410-2 FR
Being a member of the NESC Subcommittee 8 "Low Voltage FR Clothing Task Force."
Testifying and providing written comments to Federal OSHA on the revisions of OSHA 1910.269 and OSHA 1926 Subpart V.
Being active voting members of ASTM F-18 FR clothing standards.
Currently providing consulting services to a number of electric utilities in their FR clothing needs, including two of the largest west coast electric utilities.