Electrical Safety Handbook, 4th Edition

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Date

January 16, 2012

Format

Electronic book text, 640 pages

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ISBN

0071745149 / 9780071745147

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Overview


Table of contents

Ch. 1. Hazards of Electricity
Ch. 2. Basic Physics of Electrical Hazards
Ch. 3. Electrical Safety Equipment
Ch. 4. Safety Procedures and Methods
Ch. 5. Grounding of Electrical Systems and Equipment
Ch. 6. Electrical Maintenance and Engineering and Their Relationship to Safety
Ch. 7. Regulatory and Legal Safety Requirements and Standards
Ch. 8. Accident Prevention, Accident Investigation, Rescue, and First Aid
Ch. 9. Medical Aspects of Electrical Trauma
Ch. 10. Low-Voltage Safety Synopsis
Ch. 11. Medium- and High-Voltage Safety Synopsis
Ch. 12. Human Factors in Electrical Safety
Ch. 13. Safety Management and Organizational Structure
Ch. 14. Safety Training Methods and Systems


Author comments

John Cadick, P.E., is a registered professional engineer and the founder and president of the Cadick Corporation. He has specialized for more than three decades in electrical engineering, training, and management. Mr. Cadick is the author of Cables and Wiring (Delmar Cengage Learning).

Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer, M.D., M.P.A., is a board-certified physician in general preventive medicine and public health. She is also a consultant to both the NJATC (National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee of National Electrical Contractors Association and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) and IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Standards Committees.

Dennis K. Neitzel, C.P.E., is a certified plant engineer with more than 30 years of experience in the electrical field. He has served as a principal committee member for NFPA 70E standards since 1992 and is currently working on the revision of OSHA regulations.

Al Winfield, of the Cadick Corporation, has more than three decades of electrical power experience, having conducted more than 4,500 Electrical Safe Work Practices Seminars.





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