Every year electrical injuries and fatalities result from improper work practices being carried out on-the-job. In order to prevent these fatalities, electricians must learn the safest practices for approaching and performing specific tasks. Safe Work Practices for the Electrician takes a unique, blended learning approach to the topic to provide students and working electricians with a clear overview of how to accurately incorporate safety regulations and theory with every day work tasks. Based on NFPA 70E(r) 2009, the National Electrical Code, and the most current OSHA regulations, this introductory text covers the fundamentals of electrical safety along with common work practice hazards, providing tips for identifying potential dangers and ways to avoid or mitigate each risk for the protection of electrical workers. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.If an equipment operator must manually reset the overload relay, he or she would probably recognize that an obstruction in the driven equipment exists. ... BEST PRACTICES S CCS BEST PRACTICES BEST PRACTICES BB BPBPBPBP 1.
|Title||:||Safe Work Practices for the Electrician|
|Author||:||Ray A. Jones, Jane G. Jones|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2011-11-14|