National Field Services built a solid reputation through successful operations in the field – sending expert electrical engineers and technicians to customer sites and providing solutions like power system studies and equipment maintenance and commissioning. But, did you know we also offer a full range of consulting services in reliability, safety and compliance?
Put Our Expertise to Work for You
Our licensed electrical engineers can help you design a plan to increase your operation’s electrical safety or the reliability of your equipment. We can also ensure your compliance with relevant maintenance and safety standards. Or if you’ve recently implemented an initiative involving the utilization of your electrical equipment, we can act as quality control and let you know if you’re getting what you paid for.
National Field Services consultants are ready to review an existing or create a new electrical reliability testing and maintenance program for you. We understand you need a maintenance plan to maximize the reliability of your equipment. But you also need to choose a level of maintenance that’s most effective for your equipment while ensuring safe, reliable operations. In short, you need a plan that delivers the most bang for your buck. Our consultants analyze your risk, as well as the potential financial impact and other consequences of an outage, before recommending a maintenance approach that makes sense for your unique conditions.
The safety of your people is paramount. If you’re not sure about your existing safety program, you need to be. We are here to help you review your safety program or, if necessary, make recommendations on a new one that meets your needs. We offer training for your people and help you implement a NFPA 70E-compliant safety program.
Whether you’re a manufacturer concerned with meeting OSHA’s new guidelines, a utility interested in NERC compliance or a large electricity user looking to comply with industry standards, National Field Services can help. Our engineers are well-versed in NFPA 70E, the National Fire Protection Association’s Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, as well as OSHA 1910 Subpart S and OSHA 1926 Subpart K, IEEE 1584, NEC 110.6 and ANSI and ASTM standards. We can help you sort out the requirements and how best to meet them.
After a significant electrical failure, our experts can advise you on the most cost-efficient and safest ways to get your operations back up and running.
National Field Services consultants also regularly work with insurance companies. Let us help you understand the impact of electrical failures on workers’ compensation, business interruption and general liability.
Contact us to learn how our expert consultants can help you design or review your electrical reliability, safety, compliance or programs.
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