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Section II.  SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
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Table 2-2.  Electrical Systems and Subsystems - Continued
TM 9-254 2-4. General Safety Items and Actions - Continued Table 2-2.  Electrical Systems and Subsystems Safety item Hazard Required action Number of personnel needed to work on high voltage units. Electrical shock/burns. Always  have  at  least  two  persons present  when  working  on  high voltage    aid    or    summon    help units; one to give first in case of accident. Working on equipment in inclement weather. Making electrical adjustments in rain or snow with power applied. Protect yourself  and  equipment  by tarpaulin.    Dry  equipment  with hot    air    dryer    before    making adjustments. Unqualified personnel working on equipment. Personnel injury/equipment damage. Only qualified personnel are permitted  to  make  adjustments or    modifications    to    electrical components. Electrical work on wet surfaces. Electrical shock/burns. Under certain conditions, even low voltages  can  be  dangerous  to life.      Make   sure   you   always follow   the    same    safety    rules used for high voltages. Attaching to ground Electrical shock/burns. Before attaching any ground, always make the ground end of the    connection    first.        When removing   grounds,   disconnect ground end of connection last. Unknown wires Electrical shock/burns. Treat every wire as energized. 2-3

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