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To the Point About Preventing Electric Shock – ETP13
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Even a small nick or cut in a power cord’s insulation may allow the use to receive a shock.
What should you do if you are being shocked and are unable to release your grip on the object containing the electric circuit?
Try to jump away from the object
Try to fall backwards
Try to allow your knees to collapse
Because the human body is approximately ____________ water, our bodies are good conductors of electricity
Materials that do not allow the flow of electric current have very ______________ resistance
The side of the power source that is connected to the ground is often called the ____________ side.
All of the above
Conductive objects such as ladders, mobile equipment or poles must be kept at least _____ feet away from overhead conductors.
The flow of electric current flowing through a conductor is measured in __________
How do qualified electrical workers ensure equipment remains de-energized while they are working on it?
They unplug it
The have a co-worker make sure no one turns on its power
They place locks and tags on the disconnected power supply
When a difference of ____________ is detected, a GFCI will quickly trip, interrupting the circuit and stopping the flow of current.