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Ugly’s Electrical Safety and NFPA 70E 2012

Ensure Your Jobs Comply with Important Safety Standards with Ugly’s Electrical Safety and NFPA 70E®!UGLY's Dog

Ugly’s Electrical Safety and NFPA 70E® is the first pocket-sized summary of NFPA 70E 2012 with comparisons to current OSHA regulations and the 2011 National Electrical Code®.

Designed for electricians, engineers, contractors, designers, maintenance workers, instructors, and students, this invaluable resource provides fast access to the most commonly referenced sections of the latest NFPA 70E and related safety standards.

In simple, straightforward language, Ugly’s covers the safety requirements of electrical systems operating at or below 600 volts, including: Six-Step Procedures for Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition, Meter Safety, Safe Electrical Work Practices, PPE, Configurations, Electrical Hazards, and First Aid.

Important updates in the 2012 NFPA 70E include:
  • Arc-Rated (AR) vs. Flame-Resistant (FR)
  • Documentation of electrical safety programs and training
  • Tables have been added for direct-current systems
  • New requirements for equipment labeling
  • Employees shall be retrained at intervals not to exceed 3 years

Contents:

Introduction
What This Guide Covers

     1. Alternating-Current Systems Rated 600 Volts and Less
     2. Direct-Current Systems Rated 600 Volts and Less
What This Guide Does Not Cover
     1. Alternating-Current and Direct-Current Systems Rated Above 600 Volts
     2. Utility Systems
     3. Non-Electrical Hazards
Four Protective Strategies
Qualified Persons (Electrical Workers)

     Protecting Others (That Is, Unqualified Persons)
     NFPA 70E Requirements
     Warning and Guarding
     Maintenance and Housekeeping
Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
     Lockout/Tagout
     Warnings
     Six-Step Procedure for Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
     Electrically Safe Work Condition Established
     Equipment Labeling
Test Meter Safety Ratings
     Location Is Everything
     Meter Marking and Accessories
     Select the Proper Rating
     Hazardous (Classified) Locations
     Voltmeters
     Selection and Use
     Duty Cycle
     UL 1244 Requirements
     Static Discharge Categories
     Purchase
     Inspection
Energy Control Procedures
     Simple Lockout/Tagout Procedure
     Complex Lockout/Tagout Procedure
Safety Practices When One Conductor Is or Might Be Energized
Safe Electrical Work Practices

     Energized Electrical Work Permit
     Reasons That Justify Working With the Circuit/Equipment Energized
          Additional or Increased Hazards
          Design or Operational Limitations
     The Difference Between Inconvenient and Infeasible
          The Task
          The Best Solution
          Acceptable Alternate Solution
     Determine Shock Approach Boundaries
          Limited Approach Boundary
          Restricted Approach Boundary
          Prohibited Approach Boundary
     Not Flash Protection!
     Arc-Flash Boundary (Arc-Flash and Arc-Blast Protection)
          Determining Available Fault Current
     Determine the Hazard/Risk Category for the Task
          How to Determine the HRC Category for Each Work Task
     Select the Appropriate PPE, Including Arc-Rated Clothing
Advantages of Working Deenergized
Types of Protection

     Gloves
          Hazards
          Size and Style
          Leather Protectors
          Selection and Use of Voltage-Rated Gloves
          Inspection
     Sleeves
     Mats and Matting
          How Mats and Matting Provide Protection
     Blankets
          Hazards
     Footwear
     Live-Line Tools   Hot Sticks
          Hazards
          Selection and Use
     Arc-Rated Clothing
          Label Requirements
          Thermal Barrier
          Selection and Use
     Limiting Fault-Current Time
     Protective Clothing Requirements
     The Arc-Flash Boundary
Other Exposure Considerations
Protective Characteristics

     Testing Arc-Rated Fabrics
Arc Rating
Insulating Factor of Layers
PPE Configurations
An Arcing Fault Converts Electrical Energy Into Other Forms of Energy
Clothing Designed Especially for Women
Protective Materials

     Qualified Persons
General Electrical Equipment
Special Electrical Equipment

     1. Electrolytic Cells (Article 310)
          Heat Causes Special Hazards
          Special Safety Techniques
     2. Batteries and Battery Rooms (Article 320)
          Safety Requirements
     3. Lasers (Article 330)
     4. Power Electronic Equipment (Article 340)
     5. Research and Development Laboratories (Article 350)
Who Enforces Compliance With NFPA 70E?
How Is NFPA 70E Related to the National Electrical Code®?

     Knowledge Is Critical
How Is NFPA 70E Related to OSHA Regulations?
     OSHA Involvement
     NFPA 70E Enforcement
Who Is Responsible for Electrical Safety?
     Who Is Responsible for PPE?
What Are Electrical Hazards?
     Electric Shock Hazard
     Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) Protection
     Insulated Gloves and Tools
     Shock Approach Boundaries
     Arc-Flash Hazard
     Causes of Arc Flashes
     Arc-Flash Boundary
     Arc Flash and Voltage Levels
     Arc-Blast Hazard
     Pressure Wave
     Burn Dangers
     Contact Hazards and Non-Contact Hazards
     Contact Hazards (Shock and Electrocution)
     Non-Contact Hazards (Arc Flash and Arc Blast)
Electrical Safety Program
Training Employees in Electrical Safety

     Qualified Person
     Unqualified Person
     Retraining
     Training Documentation
     Job Briefing
          Informative Annex A - Referenced Publications
          Informative Annex B - Informational References
          Informative Annex C - Limits of Approach
          Informative Annex D – Incident Energy and Arc-Flash Boundary Calculation Methods
          Informative Annex E - Electrical Safety Program
          Informative Annex F – Hazard Analysis, Risk Estimation, and Risk Evaluation Procedure
          Informative Annex G - Sample Lockout/Tagout Procedure
          Informative Annex H – Guidance on Selection of Protective Clothing and Other Personal Protective Equipment
          Informative Annex I - Job Briefing and Planning Checklist
          Informative Annex J - Energized Electrical Work Permit
          Informative Annex K - General Categories of Electrical Hazards
          Informative Annex L - Typical Application of Safeguards in the Cell Line Working Zone
          Informative Annex M - Layering of Protective Clothing and Total System Arc Rating
          Informative Annex N - Example Industrial Procedures and Policies for Working Near Overhead Lines and Equipment
          Informative Annex O - Safety-Related Design Requirements
          Informative Annex P – Aligning Implementation of This Standard with Occupational Health and Safety Management Standards
     Conclusion
Installations Covered by NFPA 70E
     Covered
Installations Not Covered by NFPA 70E
     Not Covered
NFPA 70E Definitions
General Protection From Electrical Injuries

     Hard Hats
          ANSI Z89.1 Requirements
          OSHA Requirements
          Selection and Use
     Spectacles (Safety Glasses)
     Face Shields and Viewing Windows
          ANSI Z87.1 Requirements
          ASTM F2178-08 Requirements
     Voltage-Rated Hand Tools
          ASTM F1505 Requirements
     Temporary Protective Grounding Equipment
     Performance Requirements
First Aid
     Scene Size-Up
     How to Call for Help
     Airway Obstruction
          Management of Choking Responsive Choking Victim
          Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
     Bleeding
     Burns
          Care for Burns
          Electrical Burns
     Frostbite
          Recognizing Frostbite
          Care for Frostbite
     Heart Attack
          Recognizing a Heart Attack
          Care for a Heart Attack
     Heat Cramps
          Recognizing Heat Cramps
          Care for Heat Cramps
     Heat Exhaustion
          Recognizing Heat Exhaustion
          Care for Heat Exhaustion
     Heatstroke
          Recognizing Heatstroke
          Care for Heatstroke
     Hypothermia
          Recognizing Hypothermia
          Care for Hypothermia
     Ingested Poisons
          Recognizing Ingested Poisoning
          Care for Ingested Poison
     Shock
          Recognizing Shock
          Care for Shock
     Stroke
          Recognizing Stroke
          Care for a Stroke
     First Aid, Rescue, and CPR
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