- Develop and audit an Electrical Safe Work Practices (ESWP) policy.
- Conduct an arc flash risk assessment to determine the present degree of arc flash hazards and apply associated equipment labeling.
- Ensure adequate supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) and proper tools.
- Conduct regular safety training and audits for all electrical workers.
- Maintain all electrical distribution system components.
Companies can take additional steps to reduce the potential for an arc ﬂash. Implementing arc ﬂash mitigation strategies through engineering controls will:
- Reduce arc ﬂash energy to a level where permitted tasks can be performed, or
- Locate the worker so that he/she is not subject to harm.
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