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Farm workers can reduce their risks of electrocution by knowing how they can unknowingly come in contact with electricity. This publication focuses on electrical hazards posed by overhead power lines, standby generators, and general operating procedures of electrical systems.
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Farm Management, Farm Safety
Agricultural Education | Bioresource and Agricultural Engineering | Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene
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Schwab, Charles V. and Miller, Laura J., "Safe Farm: Electrocution Hazards on the Farm" (1999). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 61.