Assured equipment grounding (AEG) is a critical safety measure to protect workers from electrical hazards when working with electrical equipment. The purpose of AEG is to provide a low-resistance path from the equipment to ground, ensuring that any electrical faults are safely and quickly diverted away from workers. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind when working with electrical equipment and AEG:
By following these safety tips, workers can reduce the risks associated with electrical hazards and ensure a safe work environment. Remember, AEG is a critical safety measure that protects workers from electrical shock and other serious injuries, so always take the necessary precautions to ensure proper grounding.
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