If there’s an electrical hazard in your building, wouldn’t you want to know about it?
Dane Electric now offers CurrentSAFE®, the most trusted name in electrical testing, maintenance and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E compliance. With CurrentSAFE®, Dane Electric can help detect electrical hazards in your structure and avoid problems or dangers before they happen.
Our CurrentSAFE® Electrical Preventative Maintenance (EPM) electricians are highly-trained in the maintenance and repair of commercial electrical systems. This allows us to provide our clients with a turn-key solution for protecting their business. Utilizing the state-of-the-art technology of CurrentSAFE® and our world-class training, we can keep your business safe and on track for success.
The CurrentSAFE® EPM480™ Advanced Electrical Inventory/Estimating Software System provides many great advantages for assessing risk, safety compliance and planning electrical preventative maintenance.
These benefits include:
• Same-day reporting
• Inventory list of electrical distribution equipment & components
• Ability to determine the correct services for each piece of equipment
• Ability to customize based on each facility’s needs
• Development of a 3-year Electrical preventative maintenance program to meet all facility requirements
• Revisions of the NFPA 70E codes make CurrentSAFE® a no brainer for your facility.
Reasons why you need CurrentSAFE® include:
Arc Flash, Arc Blast & Electrical Hazards
You must meet the requirements outlined in the NFPA 70E to reduce exposure to arc flash, arc blast and electrical hazards in order to protect your personnel.
The leading cause of structural fires in the U.S. is from electrical distribution systems, most of which are highly preventable.
Electrical System Failure Rate
The rate of failure for electrical systems is much higher without preventative maintenance.
Electrical Failure Risk
The risk of electrical failure and its’ consequences is much higher when there is no electrical preventative maintenance program in place.