$4,000,000 = The average per person medical costs for severe electrical burns in the US. The human tragedy of an injury like this is staggering, life changing and completely avoidable.
According to OSHA, in November 2014, Marreo Travis, the father of a young daughter, was testing transformers when he was electrocuted. He was rushed to the hospital, but did not survive. OSHA investigators found that Travis’ death might have been
PowerHawke is an authorized distributor for IRISS Infrared Windows. IRISS windows are the first of their kind and are an excellent, high quality product to increase the ease of maintenance and safety of your personnel. Our favorite windows are the
Join us in Nashville November 9th or November 10th for NFPA 70E: Electrical Safety in the Workplace training. Our 8-hour training session covers everything you need to know to be compliant with NFPA 70E and OSHA standards for workplace safety.
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
PowerHawke by Harlan will be exhibiting at the upcoming Tennessee Safety & Health Congress later this month. The 38th Annual TSHC will be held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee from July 26th through 29th.
If you have S&C switchgear with a 14” X 6” sight glass or Schneider / SquareD HVL switchgear with sight glass, we can quickly retrofit either with a dual visibility widow from IRISS. The patented IRISS viewing polymer technology allows
May is National Electrical Safety Month. At PowerHawke, electrical safety is our number 1 priority and we hope it’s yours too!
PowerHawke is pleased to introduce a new offering to our customers. PowerHawke has partnered with 70E Solutions to provide a worry-free, reliable program to ensure your electrical workers stay safe. Per 1910.137(b)(2). OSHA requires that “protective equipment be maintained in
Your facility’s electrical distribution system is in tip top shape… right? If you’re pausing or second guessing, you are not alone. The majority of facility managers, building owners or engineers will readily answer yes to this question but without regular