Don't become a victim of an electrical accident

Overview:

This white paper explains hazard analysis and regulatory requirements, as well as offering advice on good practices and protective equipment.

Many electrical industry professionals choose to roll the dice and take their chances with the hazards of electrical work, mostly because nothing bad has happened yet. As more information becomes available on the economic and human costs of electrical accidents, hopefully more in the industry will recognize the need for systematic hazard analysis and an electrical safe work program that emphasizes hazard identification. Regulatory agencies and standards organizations have long recognized the need to analyze electrical hazards. This white paper explains hazard analysis and regulatory requirements, as well as offering advice on good practices and protective equipment.

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