Electrical Safety Handbook
McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Technology - 544 pages
Prevent electrical accidents Each year hundreds of people are killed or injured by electrical energy. Many, if not most, of these accidents could be prevented by the use of appropriate electrical safety techniques and equipment. Electrical Safety Handbook, Second Edition is a must-have, accident-avoiding prescription for personnel working on or near electrical circuits at any voltage level. Electricians, electrical system designers, inspectors, and engineers will find crucial protective safety strategies in industrial and commercial systems. You get detailed guidelines for setting up effective safety programs…medical emergency procedures…and examples and case studies throughout. This new second edition covers the latest OSHA, NEC NESC, NFPA regulations. You’ll also find increased coverage of safety procedures; expanded material on safety audits; and more guidance on establishing in-house training programs.
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Understand Your Procedures
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