6 December 2006
Including change 1, 7 December 2006
An electrical shock analysis and boundaries (safe working distance).
Arc flash hazard analysis and flash boundary determination.
Necessary PPE to safely perform the task.
Means to restrict access of unqualified persons in work area.
Evidence of completing the job briefing, i.e. safety, tools, PPE, any other
8-1.1.1 For the Air Force, refer to AFI 32-1064 for energized work permit
8-1.1.2 For the Navy, all energized work will require written SOPs in accordance with
Chapter 1. Navy personnel shall never perform "gloving" above 600 volts. In addition,
Navy personnel shall not perform energized overhead distribution (pole line) work above
600 volts with the following exceptions (these exceptions must be performed as
required in the task specific SOP, which includes using the appropriate PPE and live
a. Complying with paragraph 4-4.1.2 and safety harness:
Gang operated switch operation.
Current tests (with hook sensing head ammeter).
Installing and removing temporary protective grounds.
Installing and removing mechanical stirrups and hot line clamps.
b. Complying with Category 2* and safety harness:
Disconnect switch operation.
Opening or closing fused cutouts.
Categories of Work. The approved work procedures to be used for work on
energized circuits depend on the potentials at which the worker operates. These