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Making Startup Testing Safe, Part 3

Avoid making these errors to increase safety in your startup testing program.

Many startup testing tasks require the use of tools and test equipment. Do you make these errors?

• Using a digital multimeter (DMM) not rated for the energy where you’re testing. If it’s an industrial facility, avoid problems by using only CAT IV DMMs.

• The famous worn screwdriver. Any chipped or worn tool is inviting injury. You may skin your

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