IEEE Std 45.5-2014 pdf download – Electrical Installations on Shipboard— Safety Considerations

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IEEE Std 45.5-2014 pdf download – Electrical Installations on Shipboard— Safety Considerations.
5.2 Content of program Recommended subjects to address in the establishment of an electrical safe program include, but are not limited to, the following: a) General—addresses the need to develop and implement an overall electrical safety program that identifies the electrical hazards, voltage of the equipment and systems, incident energy levels of a potential arc flash, and the electrical systems and equipment condition. b) Awareness and Self-Discipline—identifies the need to provide awareness of potential electrical hazards in the workplace for employees who may be exposed to them, and to instill self-discipline to follow the program in order to avoid the electrical hazards and protect employees. c) Electrical Safety Program Principles—identifies the principles upon which the program is based; e.g., inspection, evaluation, and maintenance of electrical equipment; planning and documenting procedures; de-energizing whenever possible; anticipating failure or unexpected events; identifying and minimizing electrical hazards; protecting employees from the electrical hazards of shock, arc flash, and arc blast; using the proper insulated tools for energized work; assessing the knowledge level of each employee; and auditing the principles and process. d) Electrical Safety Program Controls—identifies the controls used to measure and monitor the electrical safety program; e.g., conductors and circuit parts are considered to be energized unless proven otherwise; unprotected energized work is prohibited for voltages of 50 V or more; the process of de-energizing is a hazardous task and should be identified as such; the program includes training and employee implementation; the program and procedures are used as tools to identify electrical hazards and to eliminate or control them; if work is to be performed near exposed energized conductors or circuit parts, they should be identified; and precautions applicable to the working environment should be identified and used.
e) Electrical Safety Program Procedures—procedures should be identified for all work within the limited approach and arc-flash boundaries; e.g., the purpose of the task should be identified; qualifications of the employees and with the number of employees involved should be identified; a task hazard analysis should be performed to identify the hazards associated with the nature and extent of the task; limits of approach should be identified; provide the safe work practices needed (OSHA provides the requirements for written procedures that are to be enforced in Directive STD 01-16-007)—always verify specific requirements with local regulations and standards, as applicable); identify the PPE and insulated tools required to perform the tasks safely; incorporate any special precautionary techniques, which are typically identified in the manufacturer’s instructions for the equipment; utilize up-to-date one-lines and other electrical diagrams; and provide applicable equipment details, sketches, pictures, and reference data.

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