Overhead Power Line Safety-“Safety on the Line”
“Safety on the Line”
Gary Norland had worked as an equipment operator, lineman, foreman, and superintendent, when he started work at a local mill that produced its own electricity. One Friday afternoon, storms had gone through, and his crew was investigating outages. However, Gary and his co-workers were more focused on plans for the weekend than the job at hand. Gary leaned back and came into contact with 12,500 volts of electricity. He urges people to take the time to be safe both on the job and at home.
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