technical question for you
Hi, I recently started doing a different function at work in Controlled Environmental Vaults. They contain banks of batteries (like 48 marine batteries on a big rack), invertor, rectifier, equipment usually against one wall. The CEV is basically a room with all types of telecommunications equipment.
Since I'm only paced 9% of the time, I thought it wouldn't bother my PM to be by this stuff part of the day; do you think I'm right? When I'm troubleshooting a circuit, I try to stay away from the "big power-looking equipment" as much as I can, but the work area is not very big. Last week I had to spend about 1/2 hour working right in front of the big bank of batteries. In my work til now I've only had to pass by invertors, rectifiers, battery banks briefly.
Does working by these things cause any permanent damage? Or present any extreme danger to the heart itself?
I haven't felt any effects yet. I have relaxed a lot about my PM since I got it 2 years ago. I do everything I want to do so far.
I really appreciate your input.