“Electrical equipment” means equipment for the generation, distribution or use of electricity (outillage électrique).
Source: Canada Oil and Gas Occupational Safety and Health Regulations, SOR/87-612, February 2013. Regulations
Source: Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Occupational Health & Safety Requirements, Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board, Canada, December 2000. Regulations
Source: Oil and Gas Occupational Safety and Health Regulations, SOR/87-612, Canada, current to April 29, 2013. Regulations
items applied as a whole or in part for the utilization of electrical energy
Note 1 to entry: These include, amongst others, items for the generation, transmission, distribution, storage,
measurement, regulation, conversion and consumption of electrical energy and items for telecommunications.
Source: IEC 60079-14:2013, Explosive atmospheres – Part 14: Electrical installations design, selection and erection, Edition 5.0, November 2013. Global Standards
Electrical equipment includes anything used, designed to be used, or installed for use, to conduct, control, convert, distribute, generate, measure, provide, rectify, store, transform, or transmit electrical energy.
Source: Health and Safety in Employment (Mining—Underground) Regulations 1999, SR 1999/331, New Zealand, as of 8 October 1999. Regulations