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Unformatted text preview: 1926.441 Batteries and battery charging definitions 1926.449 Definitions applicable to this subpart Subpart V--Power Transmission and Distribution 1926.950 1926.951 1926.952 1926.953 1926.954 1926.955 1926.956 1926.957 1926.958 1926.959 1926.960 General requirements Tools and protective equipment Mechanical equipment Material handling Grounding for protection of employees Overhead lines Underground lines Construction in energized substations External load helicopters Lineman's body belts, safety straps, and lanyards Definitions applicable to this subpart 1910.331 Scope 1910.332 Training 1910.333 Selection and use of work practices 1910.334 Use of equipment 1910.335 Safeguards for personnel protection 1910.399 Definitions applicable to this subpart 1910 Subpart S App A Reference Documents 1910 Subpart S App B Explanatory Data 1910 Subpart S App C Tables, Notes, and Charts Page 79 INDEX A aluminum wire hazard 24 amp 6 ampacity 24 ampere 6 arc-blast 12 arc-fault circuit breaker 46 arcing 12, 29 AWG 39 D de-energizing circuits 55 G GFCI (see ground fault circuit interrupter) ground 2 ground connection 47 ground fault 28 ground fault circuit interrupter 28, 34, 48, 61 ground potential 27 grounding 27, 28, 46 grounding path 47 guarding 43 E electrical hazards, aluminum wire 24 damaged hand tool 31, 34 damaged tool 29 defective insulation 26 exposed electrical parts 24 improper grounding 27 inadequate wiring 24 overhead powerline 25 overload 28 wet conditions 29 electrical shock, amount 6, 11 current density 9 duration 6, 7, 11 path 8, 9, 10, 11 receiving 2 electrical shock--what to do for 16 electrocution, deaths 1, 7, 10 energized 2 evaluating hazards 19, 21, 34 evaluating risk 34 extension cord 24, 34, 42, 46, 63 B bonding 49 bonding jumper 50 burns, arc 12, 15 burns, electrical 6, 10, 12, 15 burns, thermal contact 12, 15 H hard hat 68 hazards (also see electrical hazards), chemical 30 control (see controlling hazards) falling objects 32 falls 32 inadequate wiring 24 lifting 32 overhead work 30 particles 32 hazardous environments 51 C cable, 240v 4 cardiopulmonary resuscitation 17 carpal tunnel syndrome 31 circuit 2 circuit breaker 29, 34, 50 circuit breaker, and leakage current 28 clearance distance 26 clues of electrical hazards 34 clues, blown fuses 34 tripped circuit breakers 34 tripped GFCI 35 warm extension cord 34 warm junction box 35 warm tools and wire 34 worn insulation 35 Code of Federal Regulations 75 concussion 12 conductor 3 controlling hazards 19, 21, 36, 54 CPR (see cardiopulmonary resuscitation) CFR (see Code of Federal Regulations) current, calculating 42 current 2 effects on body 7 path through body 8, 9, 10 current leakage 47 cuts 31 I F falls 56 fault 27 fault, low current 47 fire extinguisher, types 14 fires, electrical 14, 24, 28, 29 fires--what to do 14 fixed wiring 40 flexible wiring 41 foot protection 70 freezing 6 fuse 29, 34, 51 impedance 8 insulation 26, 44 insulation damage 45 isolation 43 J jewelry 56 jumper, bonding 49 K kill switches 17 L ladder safety 58 leakage current 28 live 2 lock-out/tag-out 37, 38 lock-out/tag-out checklist 38 low back pain 31 Page 80 M mA 6 milliamp 6 milliampere 6 N National Electrical Code 15 National Electrical Safety Code 19 NEC (see National Electrical Code) NEMA 63 NESC (see National Electrical Safety Code nonconductive material 28 personal protective equipment 31, 66, 68, 80 perspiration 30 plugs, three-prong 62 power 42 power rating 42 PPE (see personal protective equipment) P tendinitis 30 tools 64 tools, double-insulated 65 T Occupational Safety and Health Administration 15 ohm 8 OSHA (see Occupational Safety and Health Administration) overhead power lines 25, 61 overload 28 O recognizing hazards 18, 21, 22 resistance 8 resistance, effect on current 8 respiratory paralysis 6 risk 34 risk evaluation 34 R ventricular fibrillation 6 voltage, high 7, 12 low 6 voltage 2 V W wet conditions 29, 61 wire gauge 24 wire size 24 safe work environment 19, 36 safe work practices 19, 54 safety model, overview 18 shock (see electrical shock) shocking current 6 short 34 S Photo and Graphics Credits P. Barber/CMSP--9 Richard Carlson--23a, 26b, 57, 65a Corbis Images--6 M. English/CMSP--10 Fluke Corporation "Electrical Safety Video" by Franny Olshefski (reprinted in IBEW Local 26 Newsletter May 2005)--26 Thaddeus W. Fowler--34, 46a, 47a, 51 Cat Goldberg--cover, 5, 20, 25a, 26a, 27, 30, 31, 32a, 37a, 38ab, 43c, 49, 50, 55, 56, 58b, 59a, 64b, 65b, 67ac, 68abc, 69ac, 70 Karen K. Miles--14bc, 18, 19, 23b, 24, 25b, 37b, 39, 48, 58c, 61, 62, 64a, 69b PhotoDisc--1, 2, 3, 8, 14a, 28ab, 29, 32b, 40, 43a, 44, 46b, 47b, 58a, 59bc, 66 PhotoQuest--25c, 43b R.K.Wright, M.D.--www.emedicine.com 12, 67b Page 81 Delivering on the Nation's promise: Safety and health at work for all people through research and prevention To receive NIOSH documents or more information about occupational safety and health topics, call NIOSH at 1800CDCINFO (18002324636) TTY: 18882326348 E-mail: cdcinfo@cdc.gov or visit the NIOSH Web site at www.cdc.gov/niosh. 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