June Issue 2005

 


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| June 2005
The following series of fatalities was studied by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Each involves contact with energized lines or equipment.

| June 2005
In the heart of Detroit, surrounded by erosion and boarded-up businesses, a major construction project is nearing completion.

| June 2005
There are two different ways to join two optical fibers: splices or connectors.

| June 2005
You have seen them: tall, gangling, steel structures-known as high-tension lines-that transport hundreds of kilovolts.

| June 2005
Grounding-electrode continuity Q: Does the grounding-electrode conductor to driven ground rods have to be unbroken to both rods or may a splice be made at the first rod, then

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