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all right well I think I am live at this point and just posting some things here so I just received it I received the text today that talking about an incident in around a marina and I just compelled me to share some information I thought it would be good to just touch base back again on this thing called marina safety in light of the event I that apparently was just reported this morning out of Arizona unfortunately it's not a unique case but one that I think should help we should raise our awareness around marina safety so and I've got some links down below in on up from a YouTube perspective so if you check my youtube channel for those of you on Facebook check out my youtube channel this video there are links down below which I'm going to talk about right now I'm just gonna walk through a couple of the resources I have for you that hopefully just again we've got to do as much as we can to share what we know about electrical safety share what we know about recognizing shock hazards with those who may be you know we're in the middle of summer we're in the middle of the heat and there are a lot of people that want to go out enjoy the weather enjoy waters and whatnot and that is a great marinas can be a great fun place to visit and great fun place to to be as long as we can recognize the hazards in those areas so that's what this focus little news release is about and hopefully some of the information that I share in this video may you may find of use and then please you know make others aware of this that might not be in the electrical industry I probably I probably have more people watching these videos that are in the same industry as myself and I just want to make sure that we we know that there are other people who might not be in our industry they may have a boat they may have children who get out there and they want to you know swim in and around a marina so the more we raise awareness the more that we're educated on recognizing the hazards the better off we all are so my resource is that oh sorry about that bad location for the buttons some of the real resources I have for you this is the news report there's I've got both news reports one out of CNN and one out of Fox News but apparently there's a person missing for injured in a suspected electrocution incident in Arizona marina you can check that out the link to that news article is below my only issue is I don't you know those links will probably only work as long as the news station that's posting it keeps it up there so I have no control over that but those links are down below suffice it to say that you know the if you read through the article on CNN or if you read through the article on Fox Fox News don't click on that video right there because every time I click on it thinking that it's going to be on the marina issue it's the actual national forecast for Monday but in any case there's a description it says one person was killed and two others critically injured at a lake in Arizona on Sunday night after a possible execution and and the story you know goes through and it describes they they know there was a presence of voltage in the water and the the first responders had to you know kill power to the marina but in any case again you can check out those news reports the the resources I have one is from NFPA which i think is really good it's a marina and boating safety they talk even more than just electrical safety there's some things in here about carbon monoxide safety etc talking about the risks and there's some pieces in here on Electrical Safety so this is one of the resources that I shared that I shared with you data and again in a link down below another resource is an article from IAEA news magazine and I thought this was the article from Donnie cook but this actually is was mine from 2014 and if you remember in in 2014 we were in in the middle of the 2017 national electrical code cycle where we did a lot of changes in in the article 555 for marinas so this article I wrote trying to convey some of those some of the issues that we were seeing in and around marinas what the problem was talking about the the story of nate and and obviously Lucas Ritz as well and and and others and there are some links in there to some reference links in that article as well for you I about fresh water versus saltwater in this article and if you were a part of my Shark Week event we talked about marina safety specifically and you know and I've got a link to that that event I'm gonna try to you know I I'm gonna try to put a link up I'm gonna here I just wanna do imma imma go like this you know check out the link above I don't know if I'm gonna be able to make that happen but they see these little blurbs come across the YouTube videos and they I think you can link click on those and go to another video I'm gonna try to do that I'm still learning but in any case I have another video the link is down below in the description to that video from shock week that focused on marinas so I that might give you some awareness of the issues that we're experiencing in around marinas talk about the codes and standards in this article so this is a good resource for you I think it's a good resource even though I wrote it I mean you know I I'm just trying to raise awareness on on this and I know there was another article in here from Donny cook or it could have been his presentation at the western section meaning I can't remember but I know Donny cook did a something on marinas as well Donnie is a chief electrical inspector out of Shelby County Alabama and he's inspected marinas and I've gone on inspections with Donnie in Alabama to various marinas a lot of my images came from my experiences with Donna cook so but in any case I couldn't find his article I might be thinking about one of his presentations from the western section meeting and it just dawned on me the western section me as I was feverishly looking for his article another resource is the Electrical Safety Foundation international es Fi they have a webpage titled boating and marina safety this I think this is a really good reference they talk about the electric shock drowning an electric shock drowning awareness and some of the resources available they talked about the 2017 National Electrical Code again you know a lot of changes happen in that 17 cycle and a lot of things for the good but there are a lot of marinas out there that weren't installed or designed with the 2017 code in mind so we've got to keep raising awareness that you know I don't care what marina it is you go out to a marina or you go to a boat dock or whatever it is keep your eyes looking as you're walking through looking for those hazards and I'm gonna I'm gonna show some I'm going to show some I'm gonna I don't what the heck I don't know why I do that I'm Anna homina I'm going to show you some images towards the end of this but before I cut out of some areas that would some pictures from marinas that I would say should raise your awareness that there might be something that you would be concerned about with regard to safety in and around that marina but again a lot of the a lot of the issues that we experience are not coming from the marina itself some of most there are a lot and I want to say some or most I'd only use terms like that there are incidents where the boats were the source of the fault current in a marina you can have a marina that looks in hackable and you can have a boat that looks impeccable if there's a fault on that boat for whatever reason it could be it could be any reason if there's a fault that's finding its way into the water in a lot of cases the the fault will find its way through into the water through the boat propellers you know you could say well that's a fiberglass Hall it's a plastic boat how could I how could currents be B or voltages being introduced into a water it could be through the propeller or the motor the engine things of that or a rail railing that's over the edge a ladder etc so in any case this is a great resource for you the Electrical Safety Foundation international es fi dot o-r-g if you just go to WWE sa fi dot o-r-g there are a lot of other resources there as well so I would I would encourage you to explore es fi especially if your electrical contractor deals with residential wiring etc share this site with the homeowners share the site with builders share this site with people outside of our electrical profession because there's a lot of really good information in here you'll notice they have home safety they have workplace safety disaster safety kids safety and programs and initiatives so there's a lot of really great resources for electrical safety that I would say you know share and and yes if I does a great job at putting links to other locations like NFPA and other organizations that might have information around a lot of different electrical safety tidbits and there's a link to this boating and marina safety down below another one is there's an website that's called electric shock drowning org I have you know I've found this this website many different times searching for things and I have a link to this brochure down below but I probably should have put put that through but if you just put in WWL ectric shocked drowning dot o-r-g that is another website that focuses on marinas and and you know top left is Lucas Ritz and you've got you've got Cunningham in here you've got all of the different individuals you'll notice there's kids up here there's grown adults and and and here's what happens typically and I don't know what happened in marina in in in Arizona this this morning what that reports all about but I know I've heard other article or other reports where you have one person who's experiencing a shock and and and is in the water and then and then what do we do we all want to help right so we rush in to help we dive in the water and then that person is suffers and then and then another person I know of at least one article of a family of people who had passed away just trying to help the other individual so we've got to really understand the hazard and then I just try to come up with an understanding of how to address that diving in the water is may not be a good idea what happened I did read through the report from Arizona and the firefighters recognized there was there was an issue with voltage presence of voltage in the water so they did not just dive right in they sought to isolate the power to that marina at least that's basically what the news report said again I you know I don't know the details of it all I know is that it's another another report and we are in the middle of summer and I know I know that we're we're going out on vacations we're gonna go out on the boats there's going to be increased opportunities to to be exposed to electric shock so this is a great in my opinion there's a there's a it's a good cue and there's a good Q&A in here there's a good resource and again if you just go to the electric shock drowning org let's just do that real quick again that was just the brochure but if you just go to electric shock drowning org there is a lot of good information in here about raising the awareness of shock in and around these locations so you know there's there's videos in here there are there's the Lucas and if you recall from shock week we talked about marinas and and I put the link to two Lucas's story in my description so there's a lot of really good reference information for you from electric shock drowning prevention association and I believe my last my final link that I would shared is my you know shock references for your library you know I've I haven't updated this since I think it was I updated it live I'm not mistaken during my I don't know if it was shock week or if there was another one I did I was I was working live and and I updated my my reference a David glad glad you can join me David just you know I was sitting here and and I got a text from Vinny a co-worker of mine out of our Bussmann division and he knows I'm passionate about about shock in and around marinus and he sent me that report which is linked down below about the Arizona you got both the CNN I got the Fox I didn't grab the other news I was gonna grow try to grab each news station cuz the reason I like to grab different news stations because sometimes it's depending upon the reporter who was there or whatnot there might be additional information but I'm sure I believe it just occurred either last night or this morning or yesterday so they're probably not gonna release a lot of details in about that and any you know there's indications so they believe it was electric shock drowning they're still searching for somebody I believe but in any case it's very sad news but you know we're in the middle of summer so we're going to be out and about and we need to understand how to recognize shock hazards now to that end I I went through my PowerPoint slide deck you know and I'm just gonna show just various images here I I believe I had a little a little image Bank at the end because you know what I typically will do like on some of my presentations you never felt comfortable that you think you've got enough material to cover however many hours that you're gonna present but the real fallback is to simply put a bunch of images in and then just talk about them and that can eat up a lot of time so nope wrong I made those slideshow and go to monitor - I think that's really monitor three but we're gonna give it a whim there it is ah I didn't want to go from the beginning ah so anyway here we go present mode not from beginning mode alright so this is obviously there's an issue with this receptacle when you see any type of you know to recognize shock hazards you're looking for openings you're looking for equipment that looks like it's been applied outside of its ratings you know you look and you see something like this you know you don't know the extent of the damage that occurred in this piece of equipment you could have damaged the GFCI protection in this equipment you could have damaged the wiring ahead of the GFCI protection in the equipment you don't know when you see dirt do you see soot from an apparent either an electrical fire or whatnot that was in an electrical assembly you know there's a challenge there there's a problem shut it off isolate it if you if you see it and it's still energized you know bring it to the attention of somebody I mean that's the least we can do is just raise awareness that there might be an issue when you see conductors that have been rubbed rubbed clean from the insulation and you're seeing exposed wires in this case I mean they're these exposed wires were in the water this is a obvious indication that there's a problem I don't know you know I don't care what the voltage is I mean if it's if if you see low voltage power like you know LED lighting circuit that's you know 24 volt DC obviously you know that 50 volts is the threshold for shock but we may the the eyes of the beholder will and what's behind those eyes will determine whether or not they can tell the difference between what's a 50 volt circuit versus a 120 volt circuit okay so you see exposed conductors touching the water or in around the water that's a concern in this case you know there was conductors that were damaged they tried to wrap tape around them and etc not going to provide you the protection that you need in a lot of cases when you and now this this may or may not be over you know that those conductors they are probably not energized they were probably abandoned in place it's hard to tell what's energized and what's not energized when you abandon something in place there's methods there you need to either remove it ice nicely to do something to to keep those conductors from being exposed this is a blatant obvious issue where you have exposed conductors and and and there's a cigarette butt in there right so you know somebody put the cigarette butt in there when that box was was open and and not good okay not good I'm just saying you need to recognize that and it could be that you know we don't know if that's energized or not actually you know that could be not energized it could have been abandoned in place and the electrician might say oh yeahthat's not that's not a problem that's that's not energized but you know when it's not energized get rid of it still put a cover on it make it look don't expose those conductors because here's what we do when we leave stuff like this even if it's not energized this this was energized but if it wasn't energized and we say well that's fine because it's not energized now it's still not good and here's why when we start seeing this stuff and you say well that's not energized you know you've got the what do you call it what the heck the name was the cried fire or whatever how many times and then when it really happened nobody believed them right so you you conditioned people that that is not a hazard and you keep doing that and you say well it's not energized it's not a hazard not energized it's not a hazard but that next one that they come upon that is energized and doesn't have a cover what they're thinking is it's not energized not a hazard so we've got a deal with things whether they're you know whether even if they're not energized don't let that stuff get exposed this is your Shore power it doesn't have a cover there's no the cover used to be there it's not there anymore it's getting exposed to the elements that product is probably going to fail and could create could not say and it will but it could create a shock hazard you know this I mean come on it's a receptacle it's supposed to be installed in an enclosure that's exposed energized conductors when they plug that in for I don't know what why they would do that how I know why they would do that we're innovative people we want a solution and you know I can go down and put things together and I can I can hook up power I can get things energized it's still it may not be safe but I'll get the power going we've got to recognize these things are not good exposed insulate or exposed terminations like this and that's obvious got obvious issues with doesn't mean that the issues are too many to recognize when you see lugs and you see contamination on circuit breakers etc or any any any enclose any type of wiring system you see has things that don't look right it's probably not right especially if they're they're exposed you know this guy what do you say I mean do you do you leave it that way like that if it's energized all I gotta do is reach around and I'm touching hot neutral even if it was if I'm touching hot neutral what am i I'm a load oh I'm a load that's true but but but um you're a part of the circuit now even a GFCI is not going to protect you in that situation because now you're a part of the load that load the current has to go outside of the normal path for a GFCI to react if you grab hot neutral on a ground fault circuit interrupter protected circuit you are a part of that circuit you're still in the path it's GFCI is not going to open obvious damage to the enclosure and get water intrusion depending upon where these holes are I mean that that's not good that's a recognition right there that there that I mean if the outside of the breaker looks like that I don't know what the inside look all the screws are the rusted in a marina environment we use stainless steel materials we use now doesn't mean stainless still can't corrode can trust etc but in my it looks to me like somebody replaced those and somebody probably didn't use the right hardware I don't know I don't know the right answer to that one it just doesn't look good and I put my hands in my pocket when they start seeing stuff like that using the wrong fittings wrong the wrong enclosures there's this they mean they've got tape over the one breaker at least all that well there's not all the holes there's a you know there's a you you can't have a lot of these holes like this sticking I don't know about the outside of this but you know the tape around that circuit breaker I don't know if that's their official lockout tagout you know I learned what these are I believe that's a dirt dauber I never knew what dirt daubers were until I went on is West Virginia or I'm sorry uh Alabama inspection I mean I looked at that and was like wow I mean that's interesting right you got you just got in some cases there's you know the III I don't think that's the wrong box got the wrong fittings those terminations are exposed I just I don't know you got wires in the ground with with insulation so as you walk through a marina you're gonna be looking for things look for things that just don't add up looks like somebody did it themselves rigged it up I don't know you know we we have we have when presented with challenges we will come up with fixes and then the MacGyver comes out in all of us and duct tape seems to be the first point of interest and and then you know it's just a wire I'm not going to it's not like plumbing where you let the water out can't see the electrons right so you got to make sure you use the right the right fittings the right and I love this it's the wrong wire lettuce these are all the wrong wiring they're not they're not rated for that environment it's when you see standard SP this is what we call an SPT - cord there's a hot in a neutral it's not rated for a wet and location these connectors are not rated for wet locations you got to recognize these these issues and we may not you know this is not a listed cover okay this is not a listed enclosure taken would wrap it around the receptacle putting some tar paper or I don't know looks like shingle or something or I don't know what that is it's almost cloth based cutting little slots but not good right this is the stuff you know that this is the stuff that causes problems there was one of the shock and take a watch to my video that's linked down below from Shark Week one of the cases was was a death because of water that got into a receptacle outlet or a switch I can't remember it was a receptacle or a switch but you know when you have you know not when you're not using the right fittings the right conductors etc water's going to get in this is mounted to a metal frame on a plate that that it's when you mount it to that there's a bond that goes on there that is probably bonded with other metal inside that marina and when water gets in there it will energize things that are that are connected to it it could be the water could be a could be anything you could grab so these are just images I've collected and I've found and taken most of these I've taken some of them were given to me for programs you know look at their I mean what's that you know I mean you just don't take a receptacle put out put a little cover over it and call it a day so be mindful of this and we got out when we walk into these locations you know keep your eyes open it's an outdoor location products electrical products don't last forever they're going to degrade based upon the environment that you put them in and in some cases especially if they're not installed correctly they were probably a hazard when they were installed but it's just gonna get worse right so when you if you're not following the rules not following the rules part of the National Electrical Code if you're not following manufacturer's instructions on how to properly use that that product you're you're creating opportunities for issues so these are just some of the some of the the photos from my adventures in and around these areas and they and and and other people that sent them to me and told me to use them in my educational work so it's just just trying to raise awareness that you know especially in light of what what occurred in Arizona and what sorry about that I thought I would just at least go out there get out live and provide some references for you down below maybe we can save a life together but you know get the message out let people know there are hazards and around these these environments these these boat docks and marinas etcetera it could be a residential could be behind someone's house okay we have to raise the awareness that there could be current strike currents voltage gradients inside the water don't swim you know I don't even want to give advice on how what to do when it happens I mean if you're experiencing it I can tell you stories of there was one individual who who the the fault was the ladder that was extending into the water and when they felt the pulse in the water when they felt something was going wrong their inclination was swim into the ladder to get out but then they were swimming towards the hazard so in some cases you don't know that what you perceive as safety may not be safety so it's a tough situation difficult to to navigate no pun intended those waters so just be mindful raise your awareness of it share with other people that hey you're going to a marina keep the keep the kids under under close aye be aware of your surroundings look at the condition of maintenance look at the condition of the equipment in the areas that you are working I mean are going to be in around marinas offer unique I mean we've got statistics around marinas so it's it's an issue that needs to be addressed but just be mindful of that so alright so that's what I wanted to share with all of y'all and check the links down below stay safe stay healthy please and you know we can make a difference together I firmly believe it and if we just communicate Communications the key so share the information share their spread the awareness and do what you can to help increase safety in around marinas and marinas can be fun they can be a great place to have fun with your family and friends so let's not spoil that with a little bit of electricity going in the wrong direction alright so that's this is Thomas dimitrov it and I'm going to sign off because I've got to get back to work and and do my job alright so it is about lunch time for most of you and the east of East Coast so enjoy your lunch while I get back to work thanks for tuning in thanks for what you do for Electrical Safety and the electrical industry and stay safe and please stay healthy I'm gonna stop streaming

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