A. Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices Program

  • 1. Training complete and documented

  • 2. Lockout/Tagout program includes electrical safety-related work practices

B. Selection and Use of Work Practices

  • 1. Minimum safe work distances established when work involves energized parts

  • 2. Illumination provided in all spaces containing exposed electrical conductors

  • 3. Measures taken to avoid inadvertent contact with energized parts in enclosed or confined spaces

  • 4. Measures taken to avoid inadvertent contact of conductive materials or equipment with energized parts during handling

  • 5. Portable ladders have nonconductive siderails

  • 6. Conductive apparel not worn unless rendered nonconductive

  • 7. Measures taken to avoid inadvertent contact with energized parts during housekeeping duties

  • 8. Electrical safety interlocks defeated only by a qualified person following specific procedures

C. Use of Equipment

  • 1. Procedures for handling portable equipment implemented

  • 2. Procedures for working with extension cords implemented

  • 3. Only qualified persons allowed to perform test work

  • 4. Measures taken to prevent hazards from the occasional use of flammable materials near electrical equipment

D. Safeguards for Personnel Protection

  • 1. Personal Protective Equipment appropriate for the electrical hazard provided and used

  • 2. Insulated tools and handling equipment used for work performed near exposed energized circuits

  • 3. Protective shields, barriers, or insulating materials used near exposed electrical circuits or where dangerous electric heating or arcing may occur

  • 4. Appropriate alerting techniques used to warn and protect workers

  • Summary of Findings

  • Please sign upon audit completion

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