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FINAL EXAMINATION EE 531-ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SAFETY FINAL EXAMINATION

PART11

ANSWER ALL THE GIVEN QUESTIONS BELOW:

1. AS A FUTURE ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, DISCUSS THE IMPORTANCE OF ELECTRICAL


SAFETY. (NOT LESS THAN 250

WORDS) 2. ENUMERATE & DISCUSS THE SIX-STEP SAFETY METHODS.

3. WHAT ARE THE SIGNIFICANT ROLES OF REGULATORY BODIES TO ELECTRICAL


SAFETY? DISCUSS ONE REGULATORY BODY/ORGANIZATION & STATE ITS
SIGNIFICANCE TO ELECTRICAL

SAFETY.

4. ENUMERATE & DISCUSS THE THREE (3) CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EFFECTIVE


GROUNDING.

5. IN NOT LESS THAN 250 WORDS, DISCUSS WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED IN
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SAFETY.

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ht: Nownunnulblc, clxnucully nsim nd ht! .ubte Thu hen! unblltty make: it let: prone to muting or
cmbnntnncux whzn exposed to {lune or [ugh tummmm.

A thcnnnhptotutivc 31:an mic ofn hemawtrign NOMEX. FBI of other flamevrctardmtt tmtcnal

Should always be used :1: conjunction wuth nicquac haul, eye, In! hnnd protectwn.

Intended to rc¢ucc tho forcu of fnthng object. They 0311' no electrical pmk-ction.

Should never be used withou their protectiv: lanthaxttctls unload specificully design“! for such
use.

A complete uaombly composed of :1 minimum of twa pmtho mbbor glow ttsoll‘md u lclthcr [ll
otcctwe glove.

Used to cover and insulute 11mm for personnel protcctinn. Rubber insulating devices that are
uscd to cover conductive nwfnrcs. cucrgtzcd or otherwise

._ Rubber tnznluting devxcus that an: us: It to cover apecdic pieces of mmpmont to ptotcct
wonkum fmm accidental contact.
. Rubbcr insulnttng that um pmtnblc «twice: med to cover exposed pow" liner and protect
WOI‘LEI‘B from accidental contact.

. Worn try workers to protect thair arms lutd shoulders ti-om contact with cxposad mwrgized
continuum.

. It has n ulidmg tevvr m -ctmniam that allows the mm to open and clom a Clttmping hook
mcdtunium nt the end In this way the user can attach the mic]: In a discotmcct ring nnd then
close it.

. Poles made ofan immlnting mxttcriul

. A continuum lougth ol'ubmsion-reniutmxt plastic tape.

. Should be ot'utumlmdiwd dumgu tun] unmity rend. They should be placed in mch a way to wmt
porsomtct ofimmmcnt hazard.

Applied to equipment to indicate in not available for service.

Muy be llutple indicatnru, but more 0112:: they are equipped with an uuutug or digital motor
winch imtlcatvs actual voltngu level.

Usod to provont upmtwu of equipment that ha: been de

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Safety voltage menstmcm actually involves manning for b

Do not require actual motal-to-metal contact to me the

Voltage or lack ofvoltage, in a given part ofthe system.

Not acmmte and do not indicate the actual level of the voltage that is present“

Specially manufacmd units designed to replace a circuit breaker in medium-voltage motaJ-clad


switchgear.

. Also called as safety grounds are lengths of insulated, highly conductive cable with suitable
connectors at both ends.

. Serve to connect the grounding jumper to the cable or bus system that it is being used to
ground \
. Used to connect the jumper cable to the clamp.

. It provides a roadmap for the electric power system.

. Used in electric power system for a variety of purposes including engineering, planning, short
circuit analysis, mud most important safety.

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, It specmcs locations which require the use of <3ch These locations include bathrooms,
swimming pool outlets, and tcmpormy power supplies for construction work.