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Cover-Up Equipment – 2400
Cover-up equipment, by necessity, is designed to be as universal as possible. Therefore it is possible, as examples, for (1) a tie wire to touch a potentially grounded pin or other part, (2) a person’s hand to touch the conductor through an opening in the equipment, or (3) a part of a person’s body or other workequipment to contact the conductor through an opening in the cover-up equipment or “in the vicinity of junctions between pieces of cover-up equipment.” These possibilities, as well as other possible contacts, do exist, and the persons using this equipment must be aware of them and consider them on each and every application. Necessary precautions must be taken to prevent these contacts. Under nocircumstances is Chance cover-up equipment intended to prevent mechanical equipment from contacting either energized or grounded surfaces.
Cover-up equipment is finding increasing usage on all types of high-voltage line maintenance. Most of the individual pieces can be installed with rubber gloves, or else they are equipped with hot stick application eyes. Common sense rulesmust always be followed when using cover-up equipment. These rules include: 1. Cover-up equipment (such as line covers, insulator covers, cutout covers, and deadend covers) is intended to prevent personnel from making accidental brush contact with energized parts or equipment. Under no conditions should personnel purposely contact the covers, except with adequate rubber gloves, and personnel...