electrical safety

 

Work is only performed on energized electrical circuits or components when it is demonstrated that de-energization introduces additional or increased hazards or is infeasible due to equipment design or operational limitations.

SCU personnel do not perform hazard class C or D work and a qualified contractor must perform the work.

  • Electrical Safety Program »Info
  • Attachment 1: Definitions »Info
  • Attachment 2: Electrical Hazards »Info
  • Attachment 3:  Live Electrical Hazard Classification and Requirements »Info
  • Attachment 4:  SCU Facilities and Utilities Clothing, PPE and Work Rules »Info
  • Attachment 5:  PPE Requirements and other Other Personal Protective Equipment for Electrical Work »Info
  • Attachment 6:  AC & DC Shock Protective Equipment for Electrical Work »Info
  • Attachment 7:  Arc Flash Boundary »Info
  • Attachment 8:  Energized Electrical Work (EEW) Permit »Info
  • Attachment 9:  Electrical Equipment Safe Work Practice Requirements »Info
  • Attachment 10:  Design and Installation Practices »Info

 


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