Electrical Safety Handbook

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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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Contents

Safety Procedures and Methods 3 1
3-1
Understand Your Procedures
3-2
Operating MoldedCase Breakers and Panelboards
3-15
Copyright

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John Cadick, P.E. is a registered professional engineer and the founder and president of the Cadick Corporation. Cadick has specialized for over three decades in electrical engineering, training, and management. His consulting firm, based in Garland, Texas, specializes in electrical engineering and training and works extensively in the areas of power system design and engineering studies, condition-based maintenance programs, and electrical safety. Prior to creating the Cadick Corporation and its predecessor Cadick Professional Services, he held a number of technical and managerial positions with electric utilities, electrical testing companies, and consulting firms. In addition to his consultation work in the electrical power industry, Mr. Cadick is the author of Cables and Wiring and of numerous professional articles and technical papers. Dr. Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer, M.D., M.P.A. Chicago, Illinois (designer: this is the author bio I am missing, but Sally Glover has it in blues pages) Dennis K. Neitzel, C.P.E, is a certified plant engineer and has 33 years of experience in the electrical field. During eight years with the U.S. Air Force he served consecutively as an electrician, electrical shift supervisor, quality control inspector, and evaluator. Subsequent civilian employment included positions at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory and at Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear, where he advanced to senior project engineer. Mr. Neitzel went to AVO International Training Institute in 1986 and has progressed from senior training specialist to Institute director. He has served as a principal committee member for NFPA 70E standards since 1992 and is currently working on the revision of OSHA regulations. Mr. Neitzel has published articles on electrical safety, holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering applied sciences, and is a certified electrical inspector. {title page: author credits and cover, author names and credits should appear like this:} John Cadick, P.E. Cadick Corporation Dr. Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer, M.D., M.P.A. Chicago, Illinois Dennis Neitzel, CPE AVO International Training Institute Dallas, Texas

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