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IEC 60092-2007 pdf ELECTRICAL INSTALL ATIONS IN SHIPS – OPERATION OF EL ECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

IEC standards 11-28
IEC 60092-2007 pdf ELECTRICAL INSTALL ATIONS IN SHIPS – OPERATION OF EL ECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

The nominated person in control of the electrical installation and the nominated person in control of the work activity shall agree both the arrangements of the electrical system to allow the work to take place and a description of the work activity on, with or near the electrical installation before any changes to the arrangements of the electrical installation are made or work takes place. The nominated person in control of the electrical installation and the nominated person in control of the work activity can be one and the same person. Where this is the case any permit to work, limitation of access and/or sanction for test shall be countersigned by a skilled person of equal or superior technical grade to the nominated person in control of the electrical installation. Where the work activity is complex the preparation shall be made in a written form. A sufficient number of persons who are required to work on, with, or near an electrical installation shall be provided with training and information so that they are able to give appropriate first aid treatment for electric shock and/or burns. It is recommended that guidance on first-aid is provided on posters or charts displayed at the work location or in leaflets or safety documents issued to workers as appropriate to the circumstances. There shall be arrangements in place such that any worker who objects for reasons of safety to carrying out any instruction or work activity can report those objections immediately to the nominated person in control of the work activity. That nominated person shall have the matters investigated, and if necessary consult a higher authority for a decision.
Tools,equipment and devices shall be used in accordance with the instructions and/or guidance provided by the manufacturer or supplier. These instructions and/or guidance shall be in the language or languages appropriate to the users. Any tools, equipment and devices provided for the purpose of safe operation of, or work on, with, or near electrical installations shall be suitable for that use, be maintained in a condition suitable for that use, and be properly used. NOTE 2 “Maintained in a condition suitable for use” means periodic visual inspections and electrical testing where necessary including after repairs and/or modification to verify the electrical integrity and mechanical properties of the tools, equipment and devices. NOTE 3 Equipment includes personal protective equipment. AlI special tools, equipment and devices used during operation of or work on, with, or near an electrical installation shall be properly stored.

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