Electrical gloves should be inspected for damage before each day’s use and immediately following any incident that can reasonably be suspected of having caused damage. If during the inspection any of the following defects are found the gloves must be removed from service: holes, tears, punctures, cuts, ozone cutting, ozone checking, embedded foreign objects, swelling, softening,… more »
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Found this great article in the current Plant Services Journal: Recently, in an effort to improve workplace safety, the industry has begun to focus on protecting workers from the arc-flash and arc-blast hazards that are present when they must perform work on energized electrical equipment. NFPA 70E is an industry consensus standard that defines the… more »