Most companies trying to comply with electrical safety standards start with personal protective equipment (PPE) or a written program. Even though the old adage goes, “PPE should be the last resort,” PPE is needed almost every day in electrical work and should be put into place quickly. From a program perspective, a company should quickly standardize approaches, such as developing energized work permits, implementing training programs, conducting engineering studies, and adding ...

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