Do not operate electrical equipment when working in wet conditions.
An electrocution hazard is where one may come in contact with live parts of electric wires which results in causing shock or burns. it also occurs when there is a fault that could cause fire. The other electricity hazard occurs when there is fire or explosion which occurs as a result of ignition when there is a fault. It is advisable not to touch or operate electricity on wet hands or operate electrical equipment when working in wet conditions.
B. Do not operate electrical equipment when working in wet conditions
Wet locations can be found indoors and also outdoors. They may include areas that are subject to water somehow, unprotected from weather, and/or subject to water. Working on wet conditions might even be fatal. If the circuit is not interrupted in time, it can cause serious injuries or even death.
OSHA requires that the exposed and operating elements of an electrical installation, lighting, equipment, motors, machines, appliances, switches, controls, and enclosures must be constructed and installed so as to minimize workplace electrocution hazards.
The correct answer is B. Do not operate electrical equipment when working in wet conditions.
Electrocution hazards are conditions or situations including workplace that expose a person to possible electrocution, which is a high amount of electrical energy that can lethal or have considerable negative effects on one's health including burns and shocks. Considering using electrical equipment everyday represents multiple electrocution hazards it is important to follow certain steps to avoid a possible electrocution this includes using a GFCI which is a device that can protect you in case of electric shocks all the time or as much as possible; avoid overloading outlets ; make sure the electrical equipment works properly; follow the right steps when doing procedures that involve electricity or electrical equipment and avoid working in wet conditions as water works as a conductor for electricity which means if there is electricity near to a wet zone being in contact with that zone will cause the worker to electrocute. Thus, from the options given the one that is a safe work practice to avoid electrocution hazards is B. do not operate electrical equipment when working in wet conditions.