Wichita Hospital On Backup Power After Small Fire …
An east Wichita hospital is on backup power and an electrician suffered serious burns following an electrical fire Friday night. A 40-year-old electrician suffered third-degree burns to his hands and was taken to Wichita's only burn unit at Via Christi on St. Francis in serious condition.
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Use scaffolds. Set ladders at 75 degree with the floor or ground. Job Category: Electrician Electric shock, burns Wear proper footwear and gloves. Do not extend from ladder to ground with weight in hand.
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An Electrician and an Electrical Helper Burned During Arc Flash Explosions February 2006 Burn Injury Narrative The helper received second-degree burns to his head, face, neck, arm, and hand. The nylon jacket he was wearing melted to his skin.
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October 23, 2004, at 4:40 p.m., a Chief Electrician, age 56, with approximately 35 years total electrical experience and four months experience at this mine, received The victim received second and third degree burns to approximately 35% of his body. The victim died on October 29, 2004
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