Temporary Lighting Toolbox Meeting
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Temporary Lighting Toolbox Meeting


Frequent relocation of circuits can loosen connections, break insulation, and create other shock or electrocution hazards. Steel door frames can become electrified when doors close on wires. Ladders, pipe, scaffold frames, and other objects can bump stringers, leading to electrical contact and shock. Dead, missing, or low-wattage bulbs, inadequate power, and blown fuses can leave stairwells, basements, and other areas poorly lit or with no lighting at all, increasing the risk of injury.
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