PPE for energized electrical work

Identify the potential hazards that can be present during energized work and how these hazards may be avoided.

An electrical safety program addresses potential electrical hazards from shock, electrocution, arc flash and arc blast. In this introduction to electrical safety, we first identify the guidelines and regulations for energized work, we identify the potential hazards that can be present during energized work and how these hazards may be avoided.

Joseph Weigel is owner of Electrical Safety Works, a Nashville, Tennessee-based consulting business that specializes in providing electrical workplace safety and legal support services to clients. He has authored and published more than100 expert articles in various electrical and safety trade publications and has lectured extensively. Contact him at josephweigel1@gmail.com.

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