Line Clearance, Tree Trimming Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - US
Line Clearance, Tree Trimming Safety Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - US
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- Page Reference Answers to RAVS Reviewer’s Questions: 9
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An excerpt from ISNetworld® RAVS®* Safety plan Line Clearance, Tree Trimming Safety Program
Line Clearance Specific Procedures
Electrical Safety – Qualified & Unqualified Workers
Existing conditions related to the safety of the work to be performed shall be determined before work on or near electric lines or equipment is started. Such conditions include, but are not limited to, the nominal voltages of lines and equipment, the presence of hazardous induced voltages, the presence and condition of protective grounds and equipment grounding conductors, the condition of poles, environmental conditions relative to safety, and the locations of circuits and equipment, including power and communication lines and fire protective signaling circuits.
Training & Orientation Job site Briefing
Replace with Company Name will ensure the employee in charge shall conduct a job briefing with the employees involved in an electrical job before they start each job. The briefing shall cover at least the following subjects: hazards associated with the job, work procedures involved, special precautions, energy source controls, and personal protective equipment requirements. 
Employees shall be trained and competent in:
The use of power tools, climbing, climbing gear and elevated work platforms if used,
(2) the skills and techniques necessary to distinguish exposed live parts from other parts of electric equipment,
(3) the skills and techniques necessary to determine the voltage of exposed live parts,
(4) the minimum approach distances that correspond to the voltages to which the employee will be exposed, and
(5) the proper use of personal protective equipment, insulation and shielding materials and insulated tools.
(6) recognizing electrical hazards and how to control or avoid them.