Plant Floor Health Checks
Designed by EESCO, this exclusive suite of services can help clients identify areas of improvement and potential risks by examining plant-floor assets, operations, and processes. These Health Checks are non-instrusive and performed by EESCO Service Technicians, Engineers, and Specialists.
View the Plant Floor Health Checks brochure to learn more.
Plant Floor Health Checks are an integral part of EISA and typically conducted in the first few months of the contract and repeated annually.
Many of our clients have leveraged health checks to proactively investigate areas of concern and develop successful mitigation plans.
No matter the challenge, EESCO Solutions Consultants will provide support and guidance as you make critical business decisions.
Arc Flash Safety Check
This Health Check reviews safety compliance related to electrical equipment, maintenance, and training. It is typically performed by an EESCO Services Technician.
This Health Check evaluates the installed base of automation equipment in designated area by visual plant walkthrough and discussion with key personnel. It is typically performed by an EESCO Services Technician.
This Health Check is performed on high-availability critical assets. It is typically performed by an EESCO Services Technician.
Enclosure Thermal Audit
This Health Check is typically performed during warmer months. It is typically performed by an EESCO Specialist or EESCO Services Technician.
Lighting Energy Analysis
This Health Check focuses on opportunities for energy savings and improved light quality. It is typically performed by an EESCO Lighting Specialist or an EESCO Services Technician.
This Health Check reviews all aspects of LOTO safety and is typically performed by an EESCO Services Technician.
This Health Check provides insight into potential security risks, key network issues, and opportunities for improvement. It is typically conducted by an EESCO Network IoT Engineer.
Power Distribution Review
This Health Check reviews Power Distribution Equipment for obsolescence to ensure components (circuit breakers, MV fuses etc.) are supported by their manufacturer to minimize any downtime. It is typically performed by an EESCO Power Specialist or an EESCO Services Technician.
This Health Chack examines storeroom conditions to identify opportunities for increasing uptime and efficiency or reducing inventory. Typically performed by an EESCO Specialist or an EESCO Services Technician.