Table 37 (Continued)
Voltage Level Work Procedures
O. Voltage levels, 601 to 15,000 volts
P. Ground vehicles and aerial lifts in the vicinity of the work site.
Q. Cover with approved protective equipment, or isolate with suitable barriers, energized
phase and neutral wires, ground wires, messengers, and guy wires in the vicinity of the
work. Apply covering to the nearest and lowest conductor first and remove in reverse
order. See Tables 24, 25 and 26.
R. Use approved live-line tools where required by Table 31. Rubber will be worn when
entering a glove-required area and removed only after leaving that area.
S. Observe the working distance requirements of Table 11.
T. Protective equipment and vehicle grounds will be removed at the end of each workday.
U. Work performed should be under the direct supervision of a qualified work leader
devoting full time and attention to the workers and the safety of their work.
V. Perform work on only one conductor at a time, although it is recognized that three-
phase lifting tools may be used.
W. When moving an energized conductor with live-line tools, stay below the conductor
until it is firmly secured in a safe working position
X. Do not raise, move, or lower conductors more than 0.45 meters (1.5 feet) when
energized at 7,500 to 15,000 volts. Do not move conductors energized at more than
Y. Voltage levels, above 15,000 volts
at this voltage range should be performed by qualified contract personnel. Follow the
requirements of Table 31.
Do not move conductors energized at more than 15,000 volts.
Live-line work above 36,000 volts will be done by qualified contract personnel.