Contact Information

  • Company: Teaticket Technical Associates, LLC
  • Phone: 774 327 9470
  • Cell: 774 327 9470
  • Website: www.TeaticketLLC.com
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Electricity and Electrical Engineering

Specialty Focus: Electrical Safety, Electrocution, Electric Shock, Electrical Arc Flash, National Electrical Code, NFPA 70E, Electrical Standards, Electrical Overcurrent Protection, Electrical Fusing

Education: BS, Electrical Engineering, WPI, Worcester, MA; MBA, Suffolk University, Boston, MA

Years in Practice: 2


Additional Information

Peter Walsh joined General Electric Company early in his career as a Field Engineer. Since then he has analyzed electrical incidents in a variety of roles and companies. He began his forensic career with GE supplying analyses to their legal team. He has forensically investigated incidents in the proximity of electrical equipment, such as fuses, and provided application assistance for a total of 20 years with the largest fuse companies. Peter has applied electrical products in accordance with National Electrical Code, OSHA regulations, IEEE Standards, and good practices. Trained classes of electrical maintenance people on NFPA 70E, OSHA regulations, IEEE Standards, Surge Protection and good electrical safety practices in commercial and industrial settings. Peter has provided technical leadership to electrical industry codes and standards organizations. As a member of CMP10, he is revising the NFPA National Electrical Code for 2020. He served on other NFPA technical committees such as 110 and 111 and also participated in meetings with NFPA 70E committees. NFPA recognizes him as “Electrical Safety Compliance Professional.” Within IEEE, he serves this Standards Organization as a Lifetime Senior Member. Presently Peter is a technical committee member for IEEE 1584, “IEEE Guide for Performing Arc Flash Calculations”, and IEEE 1814, “IEEE Recommended Practice for Electrical System Design Techniques to Help Improve Electrical Safety”. OSHA recognizes him as an “Authorized Trainer” for General Industry. He focuses on training electrical maintenance people and their management. He has written numerous articles about arc flash, arc flash calculations, surge arrestors, and general electrical industry equipment.