CSA Z462 PDF

It supersedes the previous editions published in , , and In addition to its initial source, it includes significant revisions by CSA Group. The NFPA, holder of the copyright in this edition, takes no responsibility for any portion thereof. This Standard specifies requirements for and provides guidance on safety management systems, safe work procedures, and selection of personal protective equipment and other safety devices for persons exposed to hazards associated with energized electrical equipment. In addition, this Standard sets out criteria for the identification and training of qualified electrical workers and for determination of hazardous work to be performed only by those qualified individuals.

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It supersedes the previous editions published in , , and In addition to its initial source, it includes significant revisions by CSA Group. The NFPA, holder of the copyright in this edition, takes no responsibility for any portion thereof.

This Standard specifies requirements for and provides guidance on safety management systems, safe work procedures, and selection of personal protective equipment and other safety devices for persons exposed to hazards associated with energized electrical equipment. In addition, this Standard sets out criteria for the identification and training of qualified electrical workers and for determination of hazardous work to be performed only by those qualified individuals.

In this edition, where a major change or addition to the previous edition of this Standard has been made, the clause, table, or figure affected is identified by the symbol delta in the margin.

Users of this Standard are advised that the change markers in the text are not intended to be all-inclusive and are provided as a convenience only; such markers cannot constitute a comprehensive guide to the revisions made to this Standard. Care must therefore be taken not to rely on the change markers to determine the current requirements of this Standard. As always, users of this Standard must consider the entire Standard.

The following is an overview of the major revisions to the edition: a the definitions of arc flash hazard and shock hazard have been aligned with the definition of hazard Clause 3 ; b Clause 4.

Scope 1. In addition, users of this Standard should always refer to provincial, territorial, and federal safety regulations that have jurisdiction over their work facility, contract job site, or profession. Annexes A to W do not specify requirements and are included for information only.

The values given in parentheses are for information and comparison only. Notes accompanying clauses do not include requirements or alternative requirements; the purpose of a note accompanying a clause is to separate from the text explanatory or informative material. Notes to tables and figures are considered part of the table or figure and may be written as requirements.

Annexes are designated normative mandatory or informative non-mandatory to define their application.

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One of the main concerns that this standard focuses on is arc flash and shock along with the preventative measures that should be taken to avoid the harm caused by working unsafely. The best way to understand the importance of the guidelines provided in CSA Z is to first know what an arc flash is, what causes an arc flash, and from these understand the danger it poses: What is an arc flash? An arc flash is a sudden release of electrical energy through the air when a high-voltage gap exists and there is a breakdown between conductors. An arc flash gives off thermal radiation heat and bright, intense light that can cause burns and other injuries. Temperatures have been recorded as high as 35, degrees Fahrenheit.

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CSA Z462: Preventing the Dangers of Arc Flash and Shock

It supersedes the previous editions published in and In addition to its initial source, it includes significant revisions by CSA Group. The NFPA, holder of the copyright in this edition, takes no responsibility for any portion thereof. This Standard specifies requirements for and provides guidance on safety management systems, safe work procedures, and selection of personal protective equipment and other safety devices for persons exposed to hazards associated with energized electrical equipment. In addition, this Standard sets out criteria for the identification and training of qualified electrical workers and for determination of hazardous work to be performed only by those qualified individuals.

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This accreditation acknowledges that CSA Group complies with a specific set of accreditation criteria. As a result, its standards are recognized around the world for their ability to meet the needs of industry, regulators, manufacturers, and consumers. CSA Group maintains its accreditation by developing consensus standards that adhere to the requirements established by the SCC. This Standard has evolved to be the North American Standard for electrical safe work practices for energized electrical work.

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