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December 15, 2022

Safety Tips for Working With High Voltage Electrical Systems

Electrical fires and full-body shocks are common hazards in certain industries and work environments. Here are three safety tips for working with high-voltage electrical systems to ensure your employees are better prepared and protected from dangerous situations.

Safety Training Is Key

As with any potentially dangerous activity, operating high-voltage electrical systems requires specific qualifications, educational experience, and, most importantly, comprehensive training. However, training isn’t a one-time-requirement for professionals. In fact, regular refreshers on various safety topics and identifying potential hazards are highly recommended.

Furthermore, employers must provide visible signage in work environments reinforcing safety precautions, PPE requirements, and essential information. Ultimately, training and education on the dangers of high-voltage accidents greatly prepare your staff for preventing possibly deadly incidents.

Prioritize Your Switchboard

Switchboards monitor all electrical systems. These components regulate electrical currents to isolate the operator. When currents pass through a switchboard, they’re re-directed through division, distribution, or metering to power other connected devices.

It’s crucial that your switchboard distributes power at the same rate as it receives, preventing overheating and electrical fires, which are among the most dangerous hazards associated with high-voltage electrical systems. Double-check your switchboards often to ensure correct settings and safe power flow in and out of the device.

Seek Professional Help

Ultimately, certain situations concerning high-voltage electrical systems require professional electrician assistance to resolve safely. In these instances, it’s important to seek help from reputable businesses to limit accidents moving forward. Following an electrical fire, we recommend hiring fire investigation services to identify the root and make proper prevention plans.

Dreiym is one of the best electrical engineering companies in Texas and provides helpful electrician services in order to make your facilities safer for everyone. Follow these safety tips for working with high-voltage electrical systems to ensure your work environment is productive and successful.

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About Dreiym Engineering

Dreiym engineering is a full-service engineering company, providing design, consulting, procurement, and construction services. Founded in 2014, we have grown from humble origins to serve our customers in a growing number of engineering fields. Our goal is to find business partners looking for electrical engineering, corrosion engineering, or other engineering services. Our primary office is just north of Houston, Texas, with an additional location in Austin, Texas. Dreiym Engineering is a small company based out of Texas that looks for the best opportunities to partner with companies and customers. We specialize in forensic engineering, fire investigation, and corrosion engineering. Give us a call or email for any questions you may have.

We are also available for any questions you may have about civil or mechanical forensic engineering through our partner engineers that service much of the United States and abroad.

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