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  • 1. 1 Electrostatic DischargeElectrostatic Discharge Electro- Static Discharge This document is made available on the condition that it is used solely to assist you in the preparation of your own safety training material. Use for resale or similar commercial activity to third parties is strictly forbidden. This document was produced for our internal use only, and therefore it may not be suitable or sufficient for your purposes. No guarantees whatsoever can be given as to their legal compliance or comprehensiveness, and you are responsible for obtaining professional advice and verification as to the correctness or suitability of any training or documents which you produce which are based wholly or in part on these. No liabilities whatsoever are accepted. It has been made available purely for information to others who may find them useful when formulating their own safety training and procedures. © A. Groves & Océ (UK) Ltd
  • 2. 2 Electrostatic DischargeElectrostatic Discharge You may notice it as a spark:  from your finger to the door frame when you get out of the car  from your finger to any earthed metalwork - e.g. copier  when stroking a cat Electro- Static Discharge
  • 3. 3 Electrostatic DischargeElectrostatic Discharge Causes:  Charge builds up when certain materials rub together  e.g. between your body and your clothes, and between one item and another  man-made fibres (e.g. Nylon) are worse than cotton  Damp air is slightly conductive, so the charge leaks away  Dry air is an insulator, so the charge builds up
  • 4. 4 Electrostatic DischargeElectrostatic Discharge  Electronic components have tiny elements, so they are VERY easily damaged by electrical discharges.  Damage can occur even when there isn’t a spark.
  • 5. 5 Electrostatic DischargeElectrostatic Discharge  NEVER touch electronic components or printed circuit boards.  NEVER open boxes or bags which have the ESD warning sign.  Anyone who needs to touch or work with electronic components MUST use an approved safety wristband and an earthed work-mat.
  • 6. 5 Electrostatic DischargeElectrostatic Discharge  NEVER touch electronic components or printed circuit boards.  NEVER open boxes or bags which have the ESD warning sign.  Anyone who needs to touch or work with electronic components MUST use an approved safety wristband and an earthed work-mat.