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(Changes edition, Mod. Number 1). 1.8. Safety requirements for carrying out electrical work should be included in the regulatory, technical and technological documentation. (Introduced in addition, Mod. 1).

2. Requirements for production processes 2.1. General requirements for the technological processes of the electrical work – according to GOST 12.3.002-75. 2.2. Electrical work should begin only after safety measures. Implementation and monitoring of these activities provides the responsible representative of the general contractor or subcontractor.

2.3. Electrical work in the existing electrical systems must be performed after the stress relief from all live parts in the zone of works, their disconnection from the existing electrical parts, providing visual breaks the circuit and grounding disconnected live parts. The area in which are carried out electrical work must be separated from the existing electrical parts in such a way as to prevent access to live parts operating under tension. (Revised edition, Mod. 1). 2.4. (Deleted, Mod. 1). 2.4a. Before beginning installation works on the existing enterprise (shop area), responsible representatives of the business (customer) and a general contractor with subcontractor must execute an act of a supervisor. Act-tolerance is established for the allocation of electrical work and established the organizational and technical measures ensure the safety of these works, including passage of wiring and staff travel arrangements. Performing technical activities under the act, admission, provides enterprise. (Introduced in addition, Mod. Number 1). 2.5. To improve the safety of electrical work should include: pre-installation of electrical equipment as possible in large blocks and their subsequent rise in order to reduce volume of work at height, installation of objects with a maximum use of complete and coarse-electric devices prefabrication; pre-assembled components and assembly units for assembling and stockpiling area, the introduction of production lines for pre-procurement of materials and components manufacturing, mechanization of work, container equipment facilities, reduction of electric welding work.

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