ELECTRICAL SAFETY-RELATED WORK PRACTICES. Qualified Persons. Those people that have training in avoiding electrical hazards while working on or near exposed energized parts. Unqualified Persons.
Those people that have training in avoiding electrical hazards while working on or near exposed energized parts.
Those people with little or no training in avoiding electrical hazards while working on or near exposed energized parts
Section 1910.332 requires that instruction utilize either a classroom lecture or on-the-job training strategy. The degree of training provided is determined by the amount of risk to the employee
Safety related work practices to prevent electrical shock
A written maintained copy of the procedures outlined in paragraph (b)(2) - Lockout and tagging written program
Proper equipment for working around or near energized parts:
Portable ladders, non-conductive siderails
Method to prevent any conductive materials or equipment from making contact with live electrical
Method of making conductive apparel, such as jewelry, non-conductive
Clothing such as wool, cotton or better
Cleaning materials such as steel wool and conductive liquids from coming into contact with live electrical
A visual inspection of all flexible cord sets (extension cords) and portable cord and plug connected equipment
Proper illumination in confined or enclosed work spaces
Providing appropriate insulated tools
Tools must be tested annually
Note: Leather gloves alone are not recommended.
Class Of Gloves:
(1) 10,000 Volts - Type 1
(2) 20,000 Volts - Type 2
(3) 30,000 Volts - Type 3
(4) 40,000 Volts - Type 4
(5) 1,000 Volts - Type 0 *
(6) 500 Volts - Type 00 *
* (leather glove required over the top)
1. Insulated tools, handling equipment
If equipment comes into contact
with energized parts.
2. Protective shields, Barriers,