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EHSP01 no 6690 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6691 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A backhoe operator excavating a hole for a tree did not verify buried utilities dug into an electrical line. 

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EHSP01 no 6706 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6707 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A mechanic troubleshooting a robot received an electrical shock because he failed to check all wires after finding a short circuit.

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EHSP01 no 6688 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6689 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A roofer repairing a roof received a shock when he touched a damaged electrical cord.

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EHSP01 no 6708 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6709 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description An welding machine operator tripped a circuit breaker and improperly used duct tape to secure it "on".

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EHSP01 no 6700 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6701 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A van driver who stopped for a downed power line is instructed to stay in his vehicle until officials say power is off.

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EHSP01 no 6680 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6681 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description Using an aluminum ladder while drilling in a concrete tie beam, the installer drilled through an electrical conduit and received a shock.

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EHSP01 no 6714 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6715 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description An electrical fire resulted from the improper replacement of a breaker by an unlicensed electrician.

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EHSP01 no 6696 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6697 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A painter was using a pressure washer receives a shock when the got wet because of an undetected crack.

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EHSP01 no 6698 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6699 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description An indoor extension cord connected to an outdoor receptacle short circuits a shop vacuum and shocks the user.

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EHSP01 no 6686 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6687 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A bulldozer operator is struck by lightning while standing between his truck and the bulldozer as a thunderstorm approached.

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EHSP01 no 6702 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6703 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description The Electrical Safety Foundation International recommends ways to avoid insufficient outlets and overloaded circuits.

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EHSP01 no 6682 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6683 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A carpentry subcontractor made his own substandard extension cords and the insulation is soon damaged, shocking a carpenter.

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EHSP01 no 6710 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6711 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A mechanic attempting to replace bolts on a motor fails to initiate lockout procedures and receives an electric shock.

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EHSP01 no 6712 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6713 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description The Electrical Safety Foundation International discusses use of surge protectors and avoiding fires and shocks when using power strips.

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EHSP01 no 6684 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6685 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description Induced voltage can be caused by working too close to high-voltage overhead power lines.

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EHSP01 no 6704 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6705 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A supervisor receives an electrical shock by not using an approved test device to test installation of equipment.

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EHSP01 no 6694 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6695 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description Waiting out a thunderstorm in his van, a driver is shocked when lightning strikes as he was reaching to open the glove compartment.

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EHSP01 no 6692 15.00 11 X 17 Laminated Poster 6693 40.00 8.5 X 11 PDF Format Poster Description A roofer using an ungrounded drill connected by a cord with a faulty splice to a branch circuit that was not protected by a GFCI is electrocuted.