CHANCE® Lineman Grade Tools™ Additional Cleaning to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

Posted by Jeff Kopp on Apr 6, 2020 9:19:47 AM

During this time of heightened concern for cleanliness, here are some guidelines for additional cleaning of your CHANCE tools, without compromising the integrity of the equipment. It is recommended that you continue to follow safe working practices, increased hygiene, and proper distancing as indicated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), OSHA, federal, state and local health departments, and your company’s work practices and procedures. 

Enhanced Cleaning Instructions*
Fiberglass Hotsticks, Instruments, Meters, Rubber and Plastic Cover-Up, Rubber Blankets, and Cable Jacket:

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Topics: Hot Line Tools, Lineman Grade Tools, Safety

Are you Properly Testing your Hot Line Tools?

Posted by Hubbell Power Systems on Oct 4, 2017 2:45:00 PM

Each hot line tool should be wiped clean and visually inspected for defects before use each day. If any defect or contamination that could adversely affect the insulating qualities or mechanical integrity of the tool is present after wiping, the tool shall be removed from service and examined and tested in a manner prescribed by OSHA before being returned to service.

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Topics: Hot Line Tools, Lineman Grade Tools