What If You Can’t Shut the Power Off, Part 2 ivansmuk/iStock/Thinkstock

What If You Can’t Shut the Power Off, Part 2

Here are some additional planning procedures you can implement.

In Part 1, we acknowledged you can’t always isolate equipment from its energy sources to work on it. A prime example is trying to conduct thermography; you need the equipment operating to analyze the temperatures of the individual parts and components. We then looked at some measures you can take to help you do this “hot” work safely. Here are some additional planning procedures you can implement.

  • Plan the work to limit the amount of time you’ll

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