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Leading the Way in Electrical Utilities
Whether you’re in generation, transmission, distribution, or nuclear, you’ve come to the right place for electrical utilities safety.
Helping to keep you safe at the power station.
Whether your plant is powered by combustion, nuclear fission, water, or wind, we have safety products for you.View gas detection products
ALTAIR® 4XR Multigas Detector
Outfitted with rapid-response MSA XCell® sensors, the ALTAIR 4XR Gas Detector is the toughest 4-gas monitor on the market and is backed by a 4-year warranty. The ALTAIR 4XR can also provide real-time incident awareness to team members, supervisors, safety managers and others when paired with the MSA ALTAIR Connect app via a Bluetooth® wireless connection.Learn more
From the power plant to the substation.
Manage voltage levels, respond to outages, and ensure power gets to the desired destination.View fall protection equipment
Latchways® Vertical Ladder Lifeline Kits
Latchways Vertical Ladder Lifeline Kits allow for hands-free movement up and down the entire height of the fixed ladder, eliminating the need to disconnect and find new tie-off points while ascending or descending the ladder. These vertical ladder lifeline kits come in multiple lengths for different ladder heights and must be used in conjunction with the Latchways LadderLatch™ climbing device (sold separately).
Helping to keep you safe in the final stage of the electricity journey.
When electricity gets distributed to our homes and businesses, hazards can be close by. We’ve got you covered.View head protection products
Working at a nuclear power plant presents special challenges.
Nuclear power plants produce a significant amount of electricity around the world, and safety is critical in these environments. MSA offers products that can help.View all SCBAs
WHAT’S NEW IN ELECTRICAL UTILITIES
The latest fall protection products and solutions from MSA Latchways.Navigate the challenges of the ever-changing utility sector without missing a beat.
Case Study: AusNet ServicesIn March 2004, the Occupational Health & Safety (Prevention of Falls) Regulations 2003 became efective, requiring AusNet Services to cease sole reliance upon dual lanyards, and to consider other attachment methods for climbers during maintenance and other transmission tower operations.
Case Study: A Transmission CompanyIn response to OSHA changes, a major North American power transmission company needed a solution that allowed for a continuous climb without the need to connect, disconnect, and reconnect around every obstruction.
HELPFUL INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
Reduce electrical hazard risk.
OSHA spells out the safety standards for workers in electric power generation, transmission, and distribution.
Watch out for vertical hazards.
The latest update from OSHA aims to reduce electrical hazard risk to workers within the electric utility industry, and other transmission and distribution facilities. MSA has the details you need.