Maritime Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
(2) Before authorizing a person to test or perform work on electrical equipment, the employer must ensure that a work permit referred to in section 166 has been obtained.
(3) If there is a risk that the person in charge or the employee under the direct supervision of the person in charge could receive a hazardous electrical shock during the performance of their testing or work,
(4) Subject to subsection (5), if an employee is working on or near electrical equipment that is live or may become live, the electrical equipment must be guarded.
(5) If it is not feasible for the electrical equipment to be guarded, the employer must take measures to protect the employee from injury by insulating the equipment from the employee or the employee from the ground.
- SOR/2019-246, s. 296
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