Man electrocuted on roof
POMPANO BEACH, Fla. -
A man died at the hospital after he was shocked on the roof of a Pompano Beach building while working to repair an air conditioning unit.
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Wow that was earlier today.
Hope it was no one here. Be careful out there guys
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Man that really sucks so close to the holidays. Be safe.
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What an unfortunate reminder of the hazards of this trade. Work smart and stay safe, everyone.
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A good practise is to ALWAYS touch the unit with the back of your hand first before diving in.
It's not if your doing it right it's whether your doing the right thing that is important.
How about instead of tempting fate, everybody go and spend $10-$20 on a Voltstick. Then use it to check every unit that you are working on. I've bought probably 5 of them over my career and I can tell you that they assist very well in finding bypassed disconnects and shorted to ground cabinets.
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A good reminder to work safe.
Very sad. Worse that its so close to the holidays. Work safe and stay safe.
Pros with access to our Educational Forums might want to review my article on electrical troubleshooting with their fellow techs.
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Let's be careful out there.
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Wow.. My stepbro lives there, too.. Thanks for the article, Art. Definitely giving it a read.
Our thoughts and prays go out to the family .