e. When doing work on batteries where contact with the electrolyte can be made,
a container with baking soda and water should be provided for workers to neutralize the
electrolyte on hands and tools. A working eye wash should be available close to the
batteries. If none is present or if the one provided is inoperable, a portable eye wash will
be immediately provided for the workers' use.
f. Acidproof gloves, sleeves, aprons, and goggles should be worn by personnel
while repairing batteries.
g. Do not store sulfuric acid in places where freezing temperatures can occur.
h. For further information on servicing and maintaining storage batteries, see the
Safety Requirements for Phasing or Connecting of Circuits.
phasing testers when it is desired to tie two or more circuits together. Never tie two
circuits together without first checking their phase relations on all phases.