Electrical Safety 101

  • How to Ensure That You Are Safe at Home During Outdoor Season

    8 January 2018

    With the outdoor season in full swing, people tend to spend more time outside than they do within. As they transfer their life in this way they will also rely on the provision of electricity to help them enjoy their outdoor rest and relaxation. Yet this can lead to problems, especially if exterior wiring and outlets are not up the proper specification or may have been overlooked for some time. What do you need to think about as you make the transition?

  • Electrical Mining Equipment: 4 Safety Checks You Should Undertake

    8 January 2018

    Electrical equipment faces or creates numerous safety risks when it is used in a mine. These risks can be reduced by conducting frequent safety checks on the electrical equipment and its environment. This article discusses some of the checks that can help you to prevent some of the electrical accidents that can occur in your mine. Check the Temperature of the Equipment Some mines may have combustible gases or dust in the atmosphere.

  • Home Construction: Three Practical Planning Guidelines for Your Electrical System

    3 January 2018

    Proper planning is critical for the optimal performance of the electrical system in your new home. If you do not consider this process with care during the home design stage, you will end up with an inefficient and unattractive electrical setup. In simple terms, small oversights such as poor placement of sockets and the wrong choice of lighting could cause extreme discomfort and inconvenience. You might even be forced to perform electrical renovations, which can be expensive.