Preparing for Absence of Voltage Testing

Electrical Testing Safety – Part 1

Before you take a single measurement:

  • Will you be troubleshooting or testing for the absence of voltage?
  • What tools will you use to verify the energized or de-energized state?
  • What Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will be required?

These are just a few of the questions that will be answered by Jim White, training director at Shermco Industries. Read the first in this two-part series on electrical testing safety.
Testing Safety – Part 1 » from Fluke

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