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Subchapter 4. Construction Safety Orders
Article 33. Electrical Requirements for Construction Work

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§1760. Scope.

All electrical work shall be performed in accordance with the following provisions of the Electrical Safety Orders, Title 8, California Administrative Code, which are hereby expressly incorporated by reference. A subsequent repeal or amendment to any of these incorporated provisions shall also repeal or amend the incorporated provision as it applies pursuant to this section unless the Board indicates an exception for the construction industry.

LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SAFETY ORDERS

2300. Definitions

2305.2. Application

2320.1. General

2320.4. De-Energized Equipment or Systems

2320.6. Accident Prevention Tags

2340.1. Maintenance

2340.11. Deteriorating Agents

2340.13. Mounting and Cooling of Equipment

2340.16. Work Space About Electrical Equipment

2340.17(a). Guarding of Energized Parts

2340.22. Identification of Equipment

2340.26. Mechanical Protection

2375.18. Clearance From Ground

2390.1. General

2395.5(b). Alternating-Current Circuits and Systems to be Grounded

2395.6. Portable and Vehicle-Mounted Generators

2395.45. Equipment Connected by Cord and Plug

2395.51. Effective Grounding

2395.59. Cord- and Plug-Connected Equipment

2395.70. General

2405.1(a). Scope

2405.2. General

2405.3. Temporary Poles

2405.4. Ground-Fault Circuit Protection-Construction Site

2500.7. Uses Permitted

2500.9. Splices

2500.10. Pull at Joints and Terminals

2510.2(a). Receptacles. Grounding Type

2510.2(b). Skirted Plugs

2510.6. Portable Handlamps

HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SAFETY ORDERS

2700. Definitions

2710. Mounting Requirements

2711. Readily and Safely Accessible

2712. Atmospheric and Environmental Protection

2713. Protection Against Physical Damage

2714. Installation and Maintenance

2715. Identification

2716. Ampacities

2717. Energized Parts

2743. Grounding of Systems Supplying Portable High-Voltage

Equipment

2790. Use

2797. Use

2798. Guarding

2799. Time Limits

2845. Power Fuses

2906. General

2907. Overcurrent Protection

2908. Enclosures

2909. Collector Rings

2910. Power Cable Connections to Mobile Machines

2930. Enclosure and Grounding

2933. Illumination

2934. Elevation of Unguarded Live Parts

2935. Installation of Electrical Equipment in an Outdoor Enclosure 2936. Passageway and Open Spaces

2940. General Provisions

2946. Provisions for Preventing Accidents Due to Proximity to

Overhead Lines

2947. Warning Signs Required

NOTE: Authority cited: Section 142.3, Labor Code. Reference: Section 142.3, Labor Code.

HISTORY

1. Repealer of Article 33 (Sections 1760-1768) filed 12-19-78; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 79, No. 1). For prior history, see Registers 70, No. 48; 73, No. 30; 74, No. 28.

2. New Article 33 (Section 1760) filed 12-19-78; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 79, No. 1).

3. Amendment filed 3-16-83; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 83, No. 12).

4. Editorial correction filed 5-12-83; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 83, No. 20).

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