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Nationwide Power Continues to Put Safety First

Jan 27, 2020 | Nationwide Power


Congratulations to the team at Nationwide Power for another consecutive year of zero safety incidents!

The team at Nationwide Power is committed to delivering the highest quality standards, and with that comes a strong focus on safety as well.

In the critical power industry, Critical Power Professionals™ and Warehouse personnel encounter risky situations almost daily. These situations include exposed electrical wires, fire risks from overheated batteries, makeshift solutions to power issues by unqualified personnel at various customer sites, water leaks near electrical equipment, and a wide range of other sketchy and questionable scenarios.

All Nationwide Power team members participate in mandatory onboarding safety training, as well as ongoing refresher training annually. Through online, classroom, and on-the-job training, the Critical Power Professionals™ at Nationwide Power cover a wealth of safety standards including:

  • IEEE standards in electrical safety
  • NFPA 70E Arc Flash
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • PPE training
  • OSHA 10

Additionally, Nationwide Power has received safety awards such as the SHARP award after successful participation in the Safety & Health Achievement Program, an OSHA Cooperative.

Through regular training, the team has the tools and resources to not only ensure their own safety, but also that of our customers and their facilities. Employing the Risk 360 Process, the Critical Power Professional™ provides an on-site safety inspection of the critical power equipment and its immediate surrounding area, where any issues identified are included in the final field service report.


Through an ongoing commitment to safety, both internally and with customers, Nationwide Power hopes to reduce overall cost, reduce downtime, protect all personnel, and provide a higher level of service to its customers.

Closing 2019 with zero safety incidents marks the third consecutive year, and over 1 million hours worked incident-free. Congratulations on this impressive accomplishment!


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