Electrical Safety: a guide to the causes and prevention of electrical hazards
Electrical, mechanical and civil engineers; safety specialists; managers and employers; personnel managers.
Physiological effects of electrical current; Electrical power systems; The philosophies of earthing; Cables and fires; Electrical equipment for use in explosive atmospheres; Protection by flameproof exposure; Protection by intrinsic safety; Electrical apparatus in areas subject to flammable dusts; Design workmanship and maintenance; Stored energy; Electric welding; The nature of lightning; Coping with static; Electromagnetic radiation; Earth currents and their effects; Bibliography; Index.
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