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What If You Can’t Shut the Power Off, Part 1

When working with energized equipment, you still might perform lockout/tagout.

Isolating equipment from its power sources before working on it is much safer than “working hot.” But it’s not always an option. For example, you may need to:

  • Perform infrared analysis.
  • Conduct operational testing.
  • Perform rotational analysis on a motor.
  • Make electrical measurements while the equipment is operating under load.

When working with energized equipment, you still might perform lockout/tagout. Us

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