Safe Work Practices for the Electrician, 2009 Edition
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Authors: Ray A. Jones, P.E., Jane G. Jones
Safe Work Practices for the Electrician is a complete safety training solution based on NFPA 70E®, the NEC®, and OSHA.
Every year, improper work practices result in electrical injuries and fatalities that could be prevented by using correct procedures for approaching equipment and performing specific tasks. Written by well-known safety authorities and based on the latest NFPA 70E and NEC rules and OSHA regulations, Safe Work Practices for the Electrician brings the fundamentals of electrical safety to electricians, maintenance professionals, and students.
Learn how to incorporate safety regulations and theory into everyday work tasks.
Information is presented in an easy-to-read, comprehensive style that explains proven methods and techniques for avoiding personal injury and equipment damage in the real world. This introductory text includes detailed coverage of:
- Arc flash and arc blast
- Generating and storing energy
- Avoiding exposure to energy
- The importance of having an Electrical Safety Program
- Selecting and using voltmeters
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Electrical incident response procedures
Practical tips, on-the-job stories, best practices, key learning objectives, terms to remember, and a wrap-up for each chapter help users grasp concepts and understand the root cause of electrical accidents, and how to protect themselves. Safe Work Practices for the Electrician is a vital training tool on the job and in the classroom. (Softbound, 348 pp., 2009)
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