Emergency Power Supply Systems (EPSSs), including all appurtenant components, shall be inspected weekly and exercised under load at least monthly. … Learn More
What should you know about current emergency and standby power requirements? Much more than ten years ago with more in the years to come. It isn’t a question of keeping up with things; it is a matter of not being left behind in the proverbial dust, and possibly in legal action because of injury or death. Motor and Generator Institute (MGI) can help answer the following questions:
- Am I performing all maintenance activities adequately to ensure the EPSS will start & run when needed, and meet all AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) requirements?
- Do I have the proper EPSS documentation and records for inspections, maintenance, and testing?
- Am I performing weekly inspections properly to ensure the EPSS will start and run when needed and meet AHJ requirements?
- Did I perform all monthly and triennial tests properly? Will AHJ surveyors accept the testing reports?
- Does my EPSS installation meet NFPA requirements for lighting, cooling, ventilation, fuel supply and storage?
“I truly enjoyed the training and got a lot out of it using our emergency power supply system here as a template. Also, it has allowed me to push forward changes at our facility. Thank you”
Brian Rezek, CHEPP, ASSE 6040, Alaska
“Thank you for your program, it was well worth the money.”
LK, CHEPP, Georgia
“Thank you for the training program. I am proud to earn this designation and look forward to continuing my knowledge, but also to help our industry progress and make our facilities safer!”
Odell Hall, CHEPP, Maryland
At Motor and Generator Institute we can help ensure you and your facility are compliant with all requirements for operation, maintenance, and testing of the emergency power supply system (EPSS).