No industry is as tied to our modern lifestyles as power and utilities. From providing electricity, water, natural gas and communications, these services are the lifeblood of our society.
Canada’s power generation and utilities workers are tasked with keeping these critical services running, and are exposed to a variety of deadly hazards each and every workday. Arc flashes, electrical shocks, falls, thermal burns, natural elements, water, gas, vehicles, confined spaces and heights are just some of the dangers that pose a real threat to the health and well-being of workers.
We want our customers to be confident in knowing that they’re working with a business that understands these industry risks and is able to provide solutions for every hazard they’re up against. Levitt-Safety provides the widest range of safety products, services and training programs, all designed to meet the unique needs of the power generation and utilities industries.
Common Hazards in the Power Generation and Utilities Industry:
- Arc flash and electrical shock
- Working at heights
- Dropped objects
- Air quality
- Roadside safety
- Thermal burns
Levitt-Safety offers a full line of solutions to the hazards found in the power generation and utilities industry. From fall protection and confined space entry to flame-resistant and arc flash rated clothing, we understand the protection that is needed to keep workers safe. We partner with vendors including 3M, MSA and Oberon to bring the highest level of protection to our customers.
In addition to products, we are able to service all of the equipment we sell. Common services for the power generation and utilities industry include:
- Fall protection inspection and recertification
- Gas monitor repair and calibration
- Emergency shower and eyewash testing
- Fire extinguisher recharge and testing
- Respirator fit testing
- Electrical glove testing
- Arc flash and flame resistant clothing repairs
- Hand protection audits
- Custom-logoed PPE
We offer a number of different training courses to help ensure that workers are prepared to work in their unique environments. Courses include: