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Excerpt from "Exceptions to minimum approach distances for power generation, transmission and distribution.[1910.269(l)(2); 1910.269(l)(3)]"
Would position protection be achieved if: the conductors and/or circuit parts on which work is not being performed are located to such an extent that the employee can not contact them at the maximum limit of his or her reach or extended reach, and the employee is wearing the proper insulating gloves for the energized part upon which work is being performed?

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