Category Archives: Real Electrical Disasters

The good, the bad and the ugly that we’ve found in the field!

Chiller Starter Failure Threatens Client’s 24/7 Facility

Posted on Christina Drews-Leonard

A federal government customer experienced an issue with the starter for a critical chiller that could have threatened operations at a facility that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The customer had been troubleshooting the problem for … Learn More

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Training and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Could Have Saved a Life

Posted on Christina Drews-Leonard

According to OSHA, in November 2014, the father of a young daughter was testing transformers when he was electrocuted. He was rushed to the hospital, but did not survive. As reported by Sandy Smith in EHS Today magazine, OSHA investigators found … Learn More

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