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Circuit Breakers: Incorrectly Refurbished Circuit Breakers Hazard Alert
(2011) (English: HTML PDF)

Electric Power: Electrical Protective Equipment Requirements
(OSHA 3875 - 2016) (English: PDF)

Electric Power: Fall Protection Requirements
(OSHA 3874 - 2016) (English: PDF)

Electric Power: Major Changes to the Rule
(OSHA 3872 - 2016) (English: PDF)

Electric Power: Minimum Approach Distance, Information Transfer and Training Requirements
(OSHA 3873 - 2016) (English: PDF)

Electrical Hazards: Controlling Electrical Hazards
(OSHA 3075 - 2002) (English: HTML PDF)

Electrical Hazards: Downed Electrical Wires Fact Sheet
(2005) (English: HTML PDF)

Electrical Safety Hazards of Overloading Cable Trays Fact Sheet
2006 (English: HTML PDF)

Electrical Safety QuickCard™
(OSHA 3294 - 2013) (English: HTML PDF)
(OSHA 3294 - 2013) (Spanish: PDF)

Electricity: Working Safely with Electricity Fact Sheet
(English: HTML PDF)
(Spanish: PDF)

Farmworker Electrocution: Fatal Facts
(OSHA 3817 - 2015) (English: PDF)

Hazards of Improper Elevator Controller Wiring
(2004, August 16) (English: HTML PDF)

Lockout/Tagout Fact Sheet
(2002) (English: PDF)

Possible Failure of Metal Halide Lamps
(2000, September 13) (English: HTML PDF)

Potential for Feed Water Pipes in Electrical Power Generation Facilities to Rupture Causing Hazardous Release of Steam and Hot Water
(1996, October 31) (English: HTML)

Potential Hazards of Mislabeled Steel Toe Logger Boots
(2004, September 30) (English: HTML PDF)

Safely Installing, Maintaining and Inspecting Cable Trays
(2009, January 16) (English: HTML PDF)

Snow Removal: Falls and Other Hazards to Workers Removing Snow from Rooftops and Other Elevated Surfaces
(OSHA 3513 - 2012) (English: HTML PDF)

Special Purpose Particle Accelerators
(2009, July 31) (English: HTML PDF)

Tree Care Work: Electricity and Tree Care Work Pamphlet
(OSHA 3861 - 2016) (English: PDF)
(OSHA 3861 - 2016) (Spanish: PDF)

Work Practices Employed by the Electric Utilities Industry Regarding Sulphur Hexaflouride Gas-Insulated Circuit Breakers
(1989, January 30) (English: HTML)

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