Our Commitment to Safety

We here at Electrical Energy Experts hold safety in the highest regard and make it a top priority in everything that we do. All of our technicians are OSHA and NFPA 70E certified and are fully cognizant of industry-standard safety procedures. We aim to provide high quality service while maintaining the highest level of safety preparation possible within our work sites.


Safety During COVID-19

During this worldwide crisis Electrical Energy Experts has been working  behind the scenes supporting our most important front line workers. This is the time to distinguish your safety program from all others. With the imminent buildup of demand it is paramount to make sure all operational goals are met. Safety compliance means upholding the highest standards in the industry and this should incorporate uninterrupted power to your facility. EEE a NETA Accredited Company implements procedures and continually reviews and updates our safety programs. As your current maintenance provider we have detailed knowledge of your power systems architecture and can work with you to proactively address risks that could disrupt the critical operations. We are available to assist 24/7 our contact info is below. 

Safety Policies and Procedures

These policies and procedures detail the safety requirements that are
essential for attaining our goals for voluntary compliance with OSHA Statutory
regulations and to provide a safe and healthful working environment for all Electrical
Energy Experts, Inc. employees.

  • Risk Assessment
  • First Aid
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Aerial Awareness
  • BBP
  • Boom Lift
  • Diggers Hotline
  • GHS / HazCom
  • Cold Stress / Winter Tips
  • Confined Space
  • Discrimination & Harassment
  • Drug
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Electrical Awareness
  • Electrical Authorized
  • Fall protection Awareness
  • Fire
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Heat Stress
  • Ladder
  • Lead
  • Lifting / Stretching
  • LOTO Awareness
  • LOTO Authorized
  • NFPA 70E Arc Flash
  • PPE

Importance of Electrical Maintenance 

 Cutting maintenance costs to meet budget constraints; does the math work?

“The average cost of downtime is $5,600 per minute. Because there are so many differences in how businesses operate, downtime, at the low end, can cos as much as $140,000 per hour; $300,000 per hour on average.” – Gartner

Customer deferred maintenance; is it worth the risk?

Days of unplanned outage or disaster can cause the following:

  • Workers idle or sent home
  • Customer orders delayed
  • Renting back up emergency generators
  • Recommissioning new substations
  • Utility fees
  • Insurance concerns

Deferred $3,200 in annual maintenance = $120K needed later in unplanned capital

Electrical Energy Experts does highly specialized work that is required to keep your electrical system in the most reliable condition. The combination of experience, equipment and customer service allows EEE to provide our customers with the finest electrical testing and maintenance services available at a fair prices.