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By Mau_safety | Last updated: Jun 2, 2021
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1. Which of the following is an acceptable practice with extension cords?
a. Plug or unplug when wet
b. Staple cords into place
c. Use them to raise or lower equipment
d. Use them for powering portable equipment
2. What length is acceptabl
Questions and Answers
Which of the following is an acceptable practice with extension cords?
Plug or unplug when wet
Staple cords into place
Use them to raise or lower equipment
Use them for powering portable equipment
What length is acceptable for a flexible cord?
As long as it needs to be
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Tendons can become irritated and damaged because of:
Overuse and repetitive motion
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