Workers deal with electrical hazards in one way or another. But in the aftermath of major disasters or severe weather conditions, it’s an entirely different story. These electrical hazards become even more threatening when downed or low-hanging wires are involved. That’s why workers—especially those who are part of cleanup and recovery operations—must be extra cautious.
In honor of National Electrical Safety Month, OSHAcampus.com highlights the do’s and don’ts of working around downed electrical wires. Check out our latest infographic for more tips: