Premier Autoworkers - Setting the Standards for a Safer Workplace. Premier Autoworkers - Setting the Standards for a Safer Workplace.
Premier Autoworkers - Setting the Standards for a Safer Workplace.
Premier Autoworkers - Setting the Standards for a Safer Workplace. Premier Autoworkers - Setting the Standards for a Safer Workplace.

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Premier Autoworkers, Inc. sets the standard for a safer workplace.

Premier Autoworkers, Inc. sets the standard for a 
		safer workplace.

Occupational health and safety means more than just posting a few safety signs. It means having visual management solutions in place that prevent injury or accident through education and awareness. Regular safety audits, safety training and documentation are key building blocks that are often overlooked. By offering in-depth evaluation and certified safety training programs combined with safety visuals and proven effective safety components, Premier fills in the gaps with a flexible, comprehensive approach.


Arc Flash & Safe Electrical Work Practices

Regulations involved

Arc Flash & Safe Electrical Work Practices.

On February 14, 2007 federal OSHA approved an upgrade to all of 1910. Subpart S, electrical safety standards. All these changes become effective as of August 13, 2007. The changes are extensive and include language from the following standards or requirements. NFPA 70-2002 /NEC (National Electric Code), NFPA 70E-2000 (Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplace including "Arc Flash"), 29CFR1910.269 (Electrical Power Generation Standard, 29CFR1910.301-.308, & 29CFR1910.331-.335 (Safe Electrical Work Practices, and IEEE1584 (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations).

Premier can provide to your company the following services to achieve compliance and avoid any negative regulatory compliance activity

  1. Train all of your affected trades persons or any other person you would require to work on energized circuits greater than 50 volts on the changes in the standards and the impact to them.
  2. Identify all areas in your facility where you would require qualified maintenance persons to work on when energized circuits greater than 50 volts.
  3. Complete a short circuit hazard analysis to identify the amount of incident energy that could be created if an arc flash were to occur.
  4. Label all areas identified with an arc flash hazard label identifying the level of personal protective equipment required, the voltage, the amount of incident energy, flash protection boundaries, and amperage.
  5. Hazard assessment of all facility substations.

If you would like to read more about the new Arc Flash regulations from OSHA Click Here...



Lockout Tagout Procedures

OSHA 29CFR1910.147 Energy Control/Lockout Tagout Standard was created and became effective on January 2, 1990. After that date all new, renovated, or equipment receiving major repair must be equipped with a lockable device and have machine specific lockout tagout procedures to remove all energy from that equipment. Non-compliance with OSHA's Energy Control/Lockout Tagout Standard during 2005 was the fifth most cited by federal OSHA and is consistently in the top 10 most cited for non-compliance by federal OSHA. More importantly is the fact that on average over 100 employees per year are losing their lives because of either; Not using proper lockout tagout products, energy control procedures, or there is no lockout tagout energy control procedures in place.

Premier is the world leader in machine specific graphic lockout procedures and can deliver to you

  1. Third Party Audit
  2. OSHA 1910.147 Program development
  3. Training to all “Authorized” and “Affected” employees
  4. Machine Specific Graphic Lockout Procedures
  5. Factory Solutions Software to manage your graphic program

Let us help you with your compliance needs. If you would like to read more about Premier’s “Best in Class” machine specific graphic lockout procedures, CLICK HERE……


Some of our clients:

• Alcoa
• AMD
• Boeing
• Cargill
• Caterpillar
• Chrysler Group
• Dana
• Delphi
• Ford
• Freightliner
• GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences
• General Motors
• Harley-Davidson Motor Cycles
• Honda
• International Paper
• Kellogg's
• Kraft
• Kraftmaid-Cabinetry
GM General Motors is a client of Premier Autoworkers.• Lear Corporation
• Macsteel
• Pratt & Whitney
• RaytheonPratt and Whitney is a client of Premier Autoworkers.
• Textron
• Tower Automotive
• Toyota
• United States Postal ServiceToyota is a client of Premier Autoworkers.
• Visteon

Premier Autoworkers, Inc. can assist you

Our safety visual products and safety training services have earned "Best In Class" awards from Compliance Magazine in 2003 and 2005. We can assist you with: