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Unsafe Conditions Around De-Energized Equipment, Part 3

Additional hazards surrounding de-energized equipment

Just because equipment is deenergized and locked/tagged out doesn’t mean it’s safe to work on. Suppose Fred responds to a trouble call; a conveyor drive motor failed. Some other hazards include:

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