Electrical Safety Handbook 3E
McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 28, 2005 - Technology - 560 pages
This is an accident-avoiding prescription for electricians, safety managers, and inspectors, and engineers dealing with electricity any voltage level. Presenting crucial protective safety strategies for industrial and commercial systems, the Handbook references all major safety codes (OSHA, NEC, NESC, and NFPA) where appropriate, creating a unique, one-stop compliance manual for any company’s electrical safety training and reference needs.
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Hazards of Electricity 1
Flash and Thermal Protection 2
Medical Aspects of Electrical Trauma 8
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