Electrical safety is important in any workplace to prevent electrical accidents, fires, and other hazards. Here is a safety procedure that can help employees understand and follow proper electrical safety procedures:
By following this safety procedure, employees can work safely with electrical equipment and prevent electrical accidents, fires, and other hazards. Identifying electrical hazards, using equipment properly, inspecting electrical equipment, turning off equipment when not in use, avoiding touching electrical equipment with wet hands, using appropriate PPE, using a lockout/tagout system, and reporting hazards are all important steps to ensure electrical safety in the workplace.
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