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Electrical Installations (Temporary) at 600 Volts or Less

This procedure establishes the minimum requirements for controlling the risks and hazards associated with temporary wiring and lighting installations at 600 volts or less.

Temporary wiring and installations covered in this procedure include: temporary wiring and installations in moist atmospheres, installations where flammables may be present, transformers, cord safety and the assembly of wiring and cord sets for use in the field that are considered to be temporary wiring extensions of the branch circuit.

This procedure is applicable to all individuals, including tenants (per lease agreement) who work at the Chicago Area Facilities (CAF), and does not pre-empt or eliminate the need for other applicable permits, procedures, policies or guides.

The following is a list of documents associated with the Electrical Safety Procedure:



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