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    Irrigation pipes, tip trucks, boat masts, cranes, grain augers, concrete pump/booms, radio aerials should not be stored or operated close to power lines. Fallen power lines should not be touched. If you see a fallen power line keep clear, stand guard and contact the electricity distributor or police.

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  • Accident Report Detail | Occupational Safety and Health …

    19/7/2000 · An employee was operating a concrete pumping truck by a remote control box strapped to his chest. The truck was parked approximately 7.6 meters from a 7620-volt overhead power line. A city employee located across the embankment yelled to the operator that his boom was too close to the power …

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  • Hazards and Safety in High Voltage Power Lines - AllumiaX

    12/7/2020 · Health and safety hazards associated with high voltage power lines, safety measures and rules to avoid such dangers. According to ANSI, transmission lines can be categorized based on different voltage levels as: HV (High-voltage) Lines: Transmission lines having a voltage level between 100kV to 230kV lie under the category of HV lines.

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    The accident was not reported in the media. Practically the same accident occurred in Unit 1 of the Chernobyl Power Station in 1982 In July 1976 and again in September 1979, due to a poor safety culture, a fire broke out in a concrete vault containing radioactive

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    14/11/2017 · Subsection 5.5 in the 2016 edition calls for a reliable emergency source of power, or a backup fire pump, where electric fire pumps are used in those buildings. The 2013 edition required an emergency source as well, but that requirement applied only to buildings whose height was beyond the capability of the fire department pumping apparatus.

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    23/9/2020 · The fire was started by a concrete pump truck that was working at a construction site in an alley behind 1060 Cawston Ave, just off Gordon Drive. When the boom of the truck contacted overhead

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    Power Line Clearance. The federal OSHA requirements regarding power line hazards for cranes and other high-reaching equipment are fairly straight forward. For lines 50 kilovolts (kV) or less, the operator must keep all parts of the crane or other high reaching equipment at least 10 feet away from all power lines.

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    6/10/2013 · Fire Pump Operation – Pressure switches should be rated for maximum pressure conditions – Sensing lines must be 1/2" non-ferrous (copper) with two check valves with a 3/32" hole drilled in the flapper – Check valves are for damping of pressure when the pump

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  • Concrete Boom Pumps: Safety & Productivity| Concrete …

    6/7/2012 · When using a concrete pump, there is always the danger of hose whipping, most often caused when air gets into placing lines. This can happen in many ways, such as when a pump stops and gravity allows concrete to free-fall from a line replacing the concrete with air, or when concrete in the hopper falls below the intake allowing air into the placing line.

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    27/12/2016 · Concrete Construction Safety Concrete is a versatile and strong material for construction. Concrete workers are just as versatile when performing excavations, carpentry, metalworking, pouring, and smoothing to create concrete structures. Pay attention to the variety

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