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volume 11, issue 1 | february 2014 dedicated to utility safety & operations professionals Electrical Safety for Utility Generation Operations Personnel A Practical Approach inside departments 1 2 4 6 8 32 36 Editorial Management Toolbox Q&A Voice of Experience Train the Trainer 101 Safety Products Tailgate Topics features 10 Personal Protective Emotional Armor: Part 2 Mental skills training, combined with use of the PPE-A technique, heightens your ability to regulate disruptive thoughts, enabling you to become a better, more effective leader. 14 Electrical Safety for Utility Generation Operations Personnel: A Practical Approach A complete rewrite of its electrical safety program has led to a significantly increased level of employee safety for South Carolina Electric & Gas Fossil/Hydro. 20 Addressing Comfort and Contamination in Arc-Rated Clothing By selecting the right garments and taking proper care of them, companies can help keep their workers both safe and temperate. 26 Fact-Finding Techniques for Incident Investigations Collecting all the facts is the first step toward determining what caused an incident, and there are a variety of sources that can assist you throughout the information gathering process.

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