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Inspection Team Topic: Electrical Safety 9/15/2015
Incident at W70 New House Friday, October 10, 2014 Contractor Injury: Installing Stove/ Oven CFD, MIT Police, EHS OSHA Investigation Questions contractors work practices
OSHA: Repeat Violation (Bldg 13) Exposed electrical Agreement to inspect electrical equipment for exposed parts
Inspect & Document What? Visual inspection Covers? Exposed wires? Missing knockouts? Locked panels? Don’t open covers Don’t operate breakers When? Next two Level 2 Inspections DOF Work Request and Level 2 findings
DOF Work Request
Also: Name Phone MIT Email Cc
Level 2 Input _ES-99 OTHER electrical safety finding “Electrical Safety Inspection”
Conduit/ Exposed Wires?
Phase 2 DOF to inspect inside the panels Electricians escorted through labs How to best provide them an escort?
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