MES Consulting Group, Inc. provides consultation services on technical guidance, federal safety regulations compliance, OSHA Electrical Requirements (regulations) Vs. Consensus Standards, NFPA 70E and other consensus documents related to electrical safety and accident investigations.

MES possesses vast experience and resources to provide technical guidance to assist companies to address their electrical safety questions and issues. This includes electrical installations, electrical safety-related work practices, and an application of national consensus standards.

Our firm offers comprehensive consultation services to assist customers to address electrical safety issues. Some of our areas of focus include:

Technical guidance 

  • Live work rules
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Electrical Safety Audits
  • Guidance in applying national consensus standards
  • Review of electrical safety policies and procedures
  • Electrical installation audits


  • OSHA compliance
  • Correlation of OSHA regulations and NFPA 70E (best practice)
  • NEC 70 Code

Interpretations of OSHA electrical regulations and consensus standard Interpretation of

  • OSHA Regulations
    • CFR 29 1910.137 (Electrical Personal Protective Equipment)
    • CFR 29 1910.147 (Lockout/Tagout)
    • CFR 29 1910 Subpart S (Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices)
    • CFR 29 1910.269 (Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution)
    • CFR 29 1926 Subpart K (Construction Electrical)
  • NFPA 70 E
  • National Electrical Code

Accident investigations 

  • Root cause analysis
  • Guidance to avoid future instances
  • Technical reports

Electrical safety program

  • Provide guidance for a new ESP or enhancement of an existing ESP program in the following areas:
    • Customize a safety program to meet company’s needs
    • Electrical safety policies
    • Electrical safety procedures
    • Job hazard analysis
    • Electrical safe work practices
    • Training requirements
    • Auditing of the existing ESP
    • Record keeping
    • Documentation and manuals for an ESP

Written Policies

  • Responsibility and reporting structure
  • Live work policy
  • Lockout/Tagout policy
  • Electrical installation policy
  • Temporary wiring policy
  • Job safety meetings
  • Training for supervisors
  • Training for workers
  • Contractor qualifications and safety policy
  • Auditing safety procedures


  • Qualified worker
  • Voltage testing
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Purchase and care of PPE
  • Selection and use of PPE
  • Selection and use of test equipment
  • Job hazard analysis
  • Thermographic inspections
  • Procedures for specialized tasks
  • Energized electrical work permits
  • Live work procedures
  • Common work tasks such as changing ballasts, minor maintenance, etc.
  • Working near overhead conductors
  • Electrical qualifications of contractors
  • Accident response
  • Accident investigation
  • Training requirements
  • Tool and equipment requirements for employees
  • Safety meetings

(617) 839-0410

55 Rip Van Winkle Way Buzzards Bay MA 02532