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Explanation: ..to the test area, if it a normal situation. After all, the testers may still need to enter at some point in time. If it is an electrical test area, it is usually enclosed by a fence, at least, and a warning light is mounted at the gate *(at least) that restricts access to tthe area when power turned on.
foehnerk Local time: 22:32 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 62