Electrical shock can cause serious injury or even death. Here are some key points to consider when developing electrical shock prevention strategies:
By implementing these electrical shock prevention strategies, employers can help protect their employees from the risks of electrical shock. Proper training, equipment inspection, proper use, hazard labeling and warning signs, PPE, lockout/tagout procedures, and GFCIs are all important components of an effective electrical shock prevention program.
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