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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2011 4:08 am 
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How would some of you handle working without any electrical policy? Their company has just started to put together a electrical work policy . The electrical panels and switchgear is not label for ppe . How does one perform work in any of this equipment without any other information ? Panelboards are one thing but the inside of switchgear is something else . Is it cat1 or dangerous how would one know this? dress for the worst ?


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2011 5:40 am 
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toolbbin wrote:
How would some of you handle working without any electrical policy? Their company has just started to put together a electrical work policy . The electrical panels and switchgear is not label for ppe . How does one perform work in any of this equipment without any other information ? Panelboards are one thing but on switchgear is something else . Is it cat1 or dangerous how would one know this? dress for the worst ?


This is if you can't deenergize ?


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When you have nothing better, use the NFPA Task Matrix Table.


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