IS YOUR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR MEETING YOUR STANDARDS?
Caldwell Electrical strives to adhere to the following standards. Ask your EC of choice if they do the same. If not, your company could potentially pay hard earned capital for an unprofessional installation not to mention safety issues on your site. Call CEC today for less stress and a professional installation today!
For Their Company Standards:
- Are they dedicated to strict adherence to Local and National Electrical Codes?
- Are their technicians held to the highest possible standards in training , and are they expected to constantly improve their knowledge and expertise in areas of specialization?
- Do they offer 24 hour service?
- Do their technicians have over 150 years of combined experience?
- Are they licensed and insured in the areas you need them to be?
- Do they follow OSHA guidelines including Hazcom and other safety programs?
Can they provide testing, infrared scanning, and training for your employees?
For Their Employees Do They:
- Enforce the use of nonconductive safety shoes, hard hats and lifelineslharnesses?
- Require electricians to be licensed?
- Comply with upgraded techniques, product codes, and regulations?
- Restrict employees from wearing jewelry?
- Train employees in first aid, including CPR?
- Consult utilities before digging?
For their operations do they!
- Use and maintain handrails, grips, safety lines or belts?
- Follow specifications outlined in the blueprints and National Electrical Code?
- Use explosion-proof systems in appropriate areas installed to manufactures’ specs?
- Use UL approved or equivalent fixtures?
- Keep records of purchases of equipment and site of installation?
- Provide adequate instruction/warnings for safe operation with each fixture/system?
- Install ground fault circuit interrupters wherever appropriate?
- Make certain that the current is cut off during operations?
- Recheck de-energized circuits before work has begun?
- Assign only experienced personnel to work on hot, or energized, circuits?
- Protect unfinished electrical wiring? Conduct a final inspection at day’s end?
- Properly secure fixtures to ceiling or walls?
- Restrict smoking in and around unfinished construction?
For their equipment do they:
- Use ladders, scaffolds, or hoisting equipment that complies with safety codes?
- Inspect equipment periodically and maintain it in good condition?
- Use non-metallic ladders when in danger of contacting any energy source?
- Properly ground electrical equipment, power tools and extension cords?
- Maintain inventory control of supplies and equipment?
If not you need to call…
Caldwell Electrical Contractors