This presentation is made by :. SVIT. Guided learning Activity Topic : Safety & precution Teacher: Priyanka Thakare. 13BEECM030: Harsh Patel 13BEECM031: Prit Patel 13BEECM029: Krunal Dave 13BEECM032: Tilak Patel 13BEECG007: Shaurya Singh Katal. Safety & protection.
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Guided learning Activity Topic : Safety & precutionTeacher: Priyanka Thakare
Just trying to make a work place safer
Electrical hazard safety means:
Because failing to take the necessary precautions can lead to:
Electrical hazards exist in almost every workplace. Common causes of electrocution are:
If you come across a person receiving an electric shock:
You could be the victim if you:
Know how to control electrical hazards
For low voltage electricity >50 V AC and 110 V DC
For high voltage electricity >1000 V
anyone can be exposed to electrical
Hazards. they should receive electrical hazard
training at the commencement of their
Lab work or at workshop
MSI Regulation 5.28 defines a powerline corridor as the area under any overhead powerline that has not been properly isolated, and 10 metres either side of the powerline.
LOOK UP AND LIVE
Up to and including to 33 kV
Above 33 kV
All electrical work must to be recorded and
entered into the Electrical Mines Record Book,
and the Electrical Supervisor informed
This is a small question for the audience…what is wrong with this connection…?
To STAY ALIVE, you have to STAY ALERT
Yesterday is dead, tomorrow is uncertain,
Today is a gift hence called present..!So please treat it that way..!!