Dangers of working near underground electrical services
Underground electrical services carry high voltage electricity. If you contact a live electrical service, you may be electrocuted. Even if you don’t touch the service directly, you can still be electrocuted if you touch something that is in contact with the service, such as a metal pipe or a shovel.
In addition to electric shock, working near underground electrical services can also pose other risks, such as:
How to stay safe when working near underground electrical services
Additional safety tips for specific work activities
By following these safety tips, you can help to protect yourself and others from the dangers of underground electrical services.
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