Handbook of electrical safety


Handbook of electrical safety

TOC

1.0 INTRODUCTION1-1
1.1 PURPOSE
1.2 SCOPE
1.3 AUTHORITY HAVING JURISDICTION (AHJ)

2.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1 ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS
2.1.1 WORK ON ENERGIZED/DEENERGIZED ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
2.1.2 CONSIDERATIONS FOR WORKING ON ENERGIZED SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT
2.1.3. SAFETY WATCH RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
2.2 BASIC SAFEGUARDS
2.3 RESPONSIBILITIES
2.3.1 MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES
2.3.2 EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
2.4 REVIEWS/INSPECTIONS
2.5 APPROVAL OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
2.6 CODES, STANDARDS, AND REGULATIONS
2.7 GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS
2.7.1 HOW A GFCI WORKS
2.7.2 USES

2.8 TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS OF QUALIFIED WORKERS
2.8.1 FORMAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS
2.8.2 TRAINING OF SAFETY PERSONNEL
2.9 WORKING SPACE AROUND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
2.9.1 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT RATED AT 600 VOLTS OR LESS
2.9.2 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT RATED OVER 600 VOLTS
2.10 IDENTIFICATION OF DISCONNECTION MEANS
2.10.1 DISCONNECTING MEANS
2.10.2 PANELBOARD CIRCUIT DIRECTORIES
2.10.3 ENCLOSURE LABELING
2.10.4 LOAD LABELING
2.10.5 SOURCE LABELING
2.11 WORK INSTRUCTIONS
2.11.1 SAFE WORK INSTRUCTIONS AND SUPERVISION
2.11.2 WORK INSTRUCTIONS
2.11.3 WORK PLANNING
2.12 ELECTRICAL PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
2.12.1 MANAGEMENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES
2.12.2 INSPECTING PPE
2.12.3 CLEANING AND ELECTRICAL TESTING OF PPE
2.12.3.1 TESTING
2.12.3.2 TESTING APPARATUS
2.12.3.3 RETESTED PPE
2.12.4 LIVE-LINE TOOLS
2.12.4.1 FIBERGLASS-HANDLED TOOLS
2.12.4.2 WOODEN-HANDLED TOOLS
2.12.5 MAXIMUM USAGE VOLTAGE
2.12.6 MAXIMUM USAGE VOLTAGE FOR LIVE-LINE TOOLS
2.12.7 RUBBER-INSULATED GLOVES
2.12.8 STORAGE
2.12.9 SAFETY SHOES, HATS, AND GLASSES

2.13 WORK PRACTICES
2.13.1 TRAINING
2.13.1.1 LIVE PARTS
2.13.1.2 SAFE PROCEDURE
2.13.1.3 CIRCUITS AND EQUIPMENT
2.13.1.4 STORED ELECTRICAL ENERGY
2.13.1.5 STORED NONELECTRICAL ENERGY
2.13.1.6 LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PROCEDURE
2.13.2 VERIFICATION OF DEENERGIZED CONDITION
2.13.2.1 VOLTAGE VERIFICATION TEST
2.13.2.2 APPLICATION OF GROUNDS
2.13.3 REENERGIZING EQUIPMENT
2.13.3.1 TESTS AND VISUAL INSPECTIONS
2.13.3.2 WARNING EMPLOYEES
2.13.3.3 REMOVING LOCK AND TAG
2.13.4 SAFE ENERGIZED WORK (HOT WORK)
2.13.4.1 APPROACH DISTANCE
2.13.4.2 TWO WORKERS
2.13.4.3 ELECTRICAL SAFETY RULES
2.13.4.4 UNEXPECTED ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
2.13.4.5 ILLUMINATION
2.13.4.6 SYSTEMS UNDER LOAD
2.13.4.7 WORKING WITH TEST INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
2.13.4.7.1 QUALIFIED EMPLOYEES
2.13.4.7.2 VISUAL INSPECTIONS
2.13.4.7.3 RATING INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
2.13.4.7.4 CALIBRATION OF ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS

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57 thoughts on “Handbook of electrical safety

  1. Ratna

    thank you very much…..it is very useful for me to give a lecturing as well as developing several researches, thank

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    THNKING YOU

    RAJIV NAVADIYA
    INDIA

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    Thanks for such a comprehensive information.
    I want to know more about Welding Safety.
    Is DC welding or AC welding is safe.

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    Thanks a lot for this excellent book, as it will be helpful for not only to me as a safety engineer but also for others.

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  8. Aiman

    This is great,it is very helpful for safety officer’s ,Engineer’s etc……
    As a matter of respect i am expecting this like notes in future also
    Thanks and Regards,
    REGARDS

    AIMAN .C
    HSE DEPT
    Tecnimont spa

    (Bourouge2 Project)
    Ruwais.

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