Electrical Safety Checks

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Electrical Safety Checks

Cords

1. Is all electrical equipment, including electrical plugs and cords, maintained in good condition?


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2. Are all cords in proper condition without cuts, splices or taps?


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3. Are flexible cords or cables used in place of fixed wiring?


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Grounding

1. Is all electrical equipment grounded?


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2. When using electric equipment in wet environments, are ground fault circuit interrupters in use?


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Equipment

1. Does portable electrical equipment carry portable GFCIs?


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2. Are all electrically-operated tools used at the workplace in good condition?


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3. Are all types of switches, circuit breakers, etc. clearly marked to indicate their presence and/or purpose?


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4. Is there enough clearance maintained around electrical equipment to facilitate safe operation, inspections and maintenance?


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5. Does all electrical equipment in the facility carry tags / metal plates to indicate the manufacturer's name, voltage, current, wattage or other ratings and warnings?


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6. Is all electrical equipment and all electrical systems treated as energized until tested or proven to be de-energized?


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7. Has it been ensured that energized parts of electrical equipment operating at 50 V or more are placed within approved enclosures to safeguard from accidental contact?


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8. Are all electrical panel directories and equipment disconnecting means clearly labeled to guide with its actual purpose?


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9. Does all equipment with (enclosed) heating elements to have a thermal shut-off or tip-over-protection safety device?


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Staff

1. Are electricians trained in safe work practices and authorized to work on specific equipment?


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2. Do employees wear Arc Rated (AR/FR) apparel and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when working on or around exposed electrical conductors?exposed to the hazards of flames or electric arcs wear?


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3. Are workers performing lockout-tagout trained appropriately?


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