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Safety in Work Practices

  • Richard J. Buschart

Abstract

The topic of safe work practices is closely related to that of safe maintenance. NFPA 70E indicates that maintenance involves restoring or preserving the condition of electrical facilities; whereas work practices refers to the procedures for personnel who work near, on, or with equipment and systems. They could be viewed as what to do (maintenance) and how to do it (work practices).

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References

  1. McClung, B., and J.M. Gallagher. 1987. Electrical Hot Work. Electrical Construction and Maintenance Magazine (Feb.)Google Scholar
  2. National Fire Protection Association. 1988. NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces.Google Scholar
  3. OSHA. 1989. Control of Hazardous Energy Sources (Lockout and Tagout); Final Rule. Federal Register 29CFR Part 1910 (Sept. 1).Google Scholar
  4. OSHA. August 6, 1990. Electrical Safety: Related Work Practices; Final Rule. Federal Register 29CFR Part 1910. 331–335.Google Scholar

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© Van Nostrand Reinhold 1991

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