What If You Can’t Shut the Power Off, Part 3

What If You Can’t Shut the Power Off, Part 3

Measures you can take to protect yourself while working on energized equipment.

In Part 2, we continued listing measures you can take to protect yourself while working on energized equipment. Let’s take a look at eight more.

Modify work procedures to reduce length of exposure to, and distance from, energy sources.

Visually inspect the area. Do you need to remove hazards such as boxes or spilled fluid? What non-removable hazards do you need to protect against? Are all metallic objects are properly bonded so there&r

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