One of the vital aspects of Emergency Procedures is understanding how to transfer power to the generator in the event the Transfer Switch Fails. Your facility is required to have staff knowledgeable on how to manually transfer power to the generator. (NFPA 110 Page 13, Chapter 6, 6.2.4 Manual Operation– “Instruction and equipment shall be provided for safe manual nonelectric transfer in the event the transfer switch malfunctions.“
NFPA 110 Page 20, Chapter 8, 8.4.8– “The routine maintenance and operational testing program shall be overseen by a properly instructed individual.”)
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