Electrical Safety Handbook 3E

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 28, 2005 - Technology - 560 pages
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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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John Cadick, P.E.,is a registered professional engineer and the founder and president of the Cadick Corporation. Mr. 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.

Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer, M.D., M.P.A.,delivers outpatient medical care services to employees in occupational health service centers. Board-certified as a physician in general preventive medicine and public health, she is also a consultant to both the NJATC (National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee of National Electrical Contractors Association and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) and IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Standards Committees. She lives in Chicago, Illinois.

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.

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