What is considered a safe voltage when using electrical equipment on a construction site?

Tools, plugs and cables designed for DIY and household use are not adapted to the conditions of the site. You must use wireless tools or those operating from a 110V Earth Central Energy System (CTE) so that the maximum voltage on the earth does not exceed 55V.

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What is a safe voltage on site?

The advice of HSE (Director of Health and Safety) is that the tools, plugs and cables designed for domestic use do not adapt to the conditions of the site. It is necessary to use wireless tools or those operating from a 110v center (CTE) connected to a ground power system so that the maximum voltage on the ground does not exceed 55v.

What constitutes a hazardous voltage?

Voltages of more than 50 volts AC or 120 volts DC are considered dangerous. Damage can be caused when exposed to living parts or through the conduction of objects or materials. Equipment shocks can cause serious and permanent injuries.

What is considered a hazardous voltage?

Pressures of 50 volts AC or 120 volts DC are considered dangerous. Damage can be caused when exposed to living parts or by the conduction of objects or material. Shocks of equipment can cause serious and permanent injuries.

What is the recommended safe voltage for electrical equipment on building sites?

Tools, plugs and cables designed for DIY and household use are not adapted to the conditions of the site. You must use wireless tools or those operating from a 110V (CTE) earth center power system so that the maximum voltage to the earth does not exceed 55V.

What is considered a safe voltage on a construction site?

Tools, plugs and cables designed for DIY and household use are not adapted to the conditions of the site. You must use wireless tools or those operating from a 110V (CTE) earth center power system so that the maximum voltage to the earth does not exceed 55V.