Electric power engineering education traditionally covers safety of the power equipment and systems. Little attention, if any, is given to the safety of people. When they reach professional status, most power engineers are not familiar with electric safety issues such as practices governing site works or grounding techniques of dwellings, hospitals

chapter 1|20 pages

Fundamentals of Electricity

chapter 2|28 pages

Basic Components of an Electric Grid

chapter 3|16 pages

Physiological Effects of Electricity

chapter 4|40 pages

Ground Resistance

chapter 5|20 pages

General Hazards of Electricity

chapter 6|40 pages

Induced Voltage due to Electric Field

chapter 7|18 pages

Induced Voltage due to Magnetic Field

chapter 8|60 pages

De-Energized Line Work

chapter 9|14 pages

Live-Line Work

chapter 10|12 pages

Arc Flash

chapter 11|20 pages

Atmospheric Discharge

chapter 12|104 pages

Stray and Contact Voltages

chapter 13|26 pages

Electric Safety under Power Lines