Electrical Safety - Assessment Test

Electrical Safety - Assessment Test

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One of the three generally recognized hazards of electrical work is____.

Gloves used for electrical protection must be electrically tested every:

Electrical safety equipment should be visually inspected_______.

OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 is not adequate for electrical lockout.

Which is the "Can't Let Go" range of current flow?

Which organization is NOT a source of regulations or standards?

Which is not a main factor in accidents?

What is the voltage rating on a Class 00 rubber insulating glove?

Unqualified persons may not approach an overhead line energized at 4,160v closer than_____.

NFPA 70E requires the testing of a volt meter before and after a voltage test on voltage above _______.

Which Subpart of OSHA 29 CFR1910 addresses electrical safety?

Which NFPA standard provides safe work procedures?

Work performed on an electrical system within reaching distance of energized components is________work.

NFPA 70 defines Work Space Condition _______ as having live parts on one side and grounded parts on the other side.

The secondary of a current transformer must never be ____________ while energized.

Rod and pipe grounding electrodes must be at least _____feet in length.

The minimum allowable work space around electrical equipment is ________ inches wide.

The grounded circuit conductor (neutral) should be bonded to the equipment ground on the _______side of the service.

When installing or removing breakers from a cubicle, the breaker must be in the __________ condition.

Which hazard/s can be present around a bank of batteries?