by , on February 11, 2011
The two maintenance  workers were severely burned  after an electrical short triggered the flash fire with some materials in the plant.  Both were transported to the hospital where one died and one was in critical condition.  The cause is under investigation by  Tennessee OSHA. Click here to read more about TN flash fire incident
by , on February 11, 2011
Two workers died of electrocution while drilling at a building that was under construction.  One worker was pronounced dead at the scene and the other was transported to the hospital where he was declared dead. Click here to read more about Electrocutions In Bangalore
by , on February 11, 2011
The lineman was fatally electrocuted when working to repair a 7.2kV power-line. The company has been issued citations for willful and serious safety violations including failing to take safety precautions such as the use of PPE and de-energizing power lines. Click here to read about OSHA’s citation of North Central Power.
by , on February 11, 2011
A contract apprentice electrician died  and two co-workers were seriously injured in an arc flash that occurred while they were performing maintenance work on an electrical circuit breaker at a Martin Marietta Materials surface granite mine. The circuit breaker that they were working on was in the “OFF” position but remained energized on the input side. ...
by , on February 11, 2011
The line worker was working on a power cable immediately below a 33,000-volt line that were supposed to both be deactivated.  However the 33kV line was live.  When the lower line touched the 33kV line, the worker received a 19kV shock.  The worker lost a section of his right hand when the electricity entered his body...
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