New and revised regulations and standards as well as concepts and technologies are rapidly changing and emerging in the fields of industrial and commercial electrical power systems operations, maintenance, and safety. Many new operations and maintenance methods have been developed to provide for more reliable power systems. Advances in electrical safety continue to develop through testing and studies which affect safe work programs and procedures, power systems analysis, and personal protective equipment. The IEEE 902 Working Group is revising this standard to provide the most up-to-date information which will facilitate in the revision and development of programs and procedures to help provide for safe and reliable electrical systems and equipment in all facets of industrial and commercial facilities. IEEE 902 is currently being revised into three separate "dot" standards; IEEE 3007.1, Recommended Practice for the Operation and Management of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems; IEEE 3007.2, Recommended Practice for the Maintenance of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems; and IEEE 3007.3, Recommended Practice for Electrical Safety of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems.
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