Electrical Safety Programs Made Easier
SafetyTracker makes electrical safety programs easier than ever to implement, delivering powerful tools for plant personnel to:
- Improve plant safety
- Comply with OSHA, NFPA, NEC, and ANSI regulations
- Prevent costly fines and litigation
- Print arc flash labels
- Create energized work permits
- Simplify documentation compliance
- Save valuable time searching for documents
- Enhance productivity
- Prepare efficiently for emergencies
NFPA 70E and OSHA Compliance | Completely Simplified
Simply put, no other program provides a faster or easier way to comply with NFPA 70E and OSHA regulations.
Used to view one-lines created in EasyPower and EasySolv, SafetyTracker automatically generates the required documentation—and keeps detailed track of it—for the convenience and safety of plant personnel.
First, one-lines are created and arc flash studies are conducted with EasyPower or EasySolv. Then SafetyTracker users access those files (without modifying the one-line) to get their job done—quickly and conveniently.
Who Should Use SafetyTracker?
Plant personnel charged with managing and implementing electrical safety and compliance programs will get the most out of SafetyTracker, including:
- Facility managers
- Safety managers
- Electrical contractors
- Maintenance managers
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Regardless of your software configuration , you will benefit from our standard inclusions at no additional cost.
Build comprehensive single-line diagrams with exclusive and intuitive snap-and-drag technology.
Model and analyse multiple power system scenarios in order to simulate the real time conditions.
Seamlessly export data to MS Word, Excel and all CAD programs using a single mouse click.
Log and analyse motor control centers and panel data in a familiar excel spreadsheet format.
Verify equipment duty compliace to IEC standards while highlighting problem areas on the SLD.
Dynamically study switching conditions on the single line diagram (SLD) using a single mouse click.