Bob O'Meara is the Account Manager at PowerHawke overseeing all sales, projects, and client relations. Bob holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration along with various certifications in the electrical/electronic field.
PowerHawke’s Glove Management Program is Simple! Are you adequately managing your employee’s glove sets right now? Electrically protective gloves need to be tested in six month intervals. If your employees are on different schedules, that could make it even more
May is National Electrical Safety Month. At PowerHawke, electrical safety is our number 1 priority and we hope it’s yours too!
We all know we have to have the oil changed in our car every 3000-5000 miles, but do you know how often you need to have your electrical equipment tested? Do you know what equipment should be tested or when
PowerHawke is hosting NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety in the Workplace Training in both its Connecticut and Nashville, TN locations. Training this year is more important than ever as the 2015 Edition of NFPA 70E just was released this month. The
PowerHawke by Harlan was at the Tennessee Safety & Health Congress in Nashville, TN this week. For those of you that stopped by our booth or attended our presentation – thank you! For those we missed, we hope the information
Within the last month, we’ve uncovered two faulty medium voltage switches at higher education institutions, in two very different ways. Which scenario is more favorable for your budget and peace of mind? In scenario one, during a scheduled, annual preventive
PowerHawke is sponsoring the FREE Business Resiliency Workshop being presented by the American Red Cross and Town of Farmington, CT Economic Development Commission, tomorrow, Thursday, September 20, 2012. People are coming to hear about disaster response for their businesses
Arc flash is a hidden and potentially perilous danger. No one believes it will happen in their facility. But arc flash accounts for 80% of all electrical injuries. Each year more than 2,000 people are treated in burn centers from