Electrical Safety From a Researcher Perspective

Ron Scholtz
(Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Working with electricity can be dangerous. There are numerous personnel in a high technology and research & development environments that can be exposed to electrical hazards if precautions are not followed. This presentation will give a general overview of electrical safety requirements, lessons learned, and examples of effective electrical safety program implementation.

  • Qualified Person and Qualified Electrical Worker Competency Requirements
  • Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Breaker Panels
  • Electrical Equipment Listing & Labeling (NRTL)
  • Electrical Equipment AHJ Acceptance & Field Labeling
  • R&D Challenges
  • Electrical Incidents

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