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Electric power gives us
light and warmth, but without safety precautions, it can also be dangerous. Follow these simple precautions to help insure
you and your family's safety:
- Always hire a qualified licensed electrical contractor for all of your wiring
and installation needs.
- Replace or repair loose or frayed cords on all electrical devices.
running extension cords across doorways or under carpets.
- New homes now require tamper proof receptacles,
in the older homes install protective caps to protect children
- Follow the manufacturer's instructions for
plugging an appliance into a receptacle outlet.
- Avoid overloading outlets. Consider plugging only one high-wattage
appliance into each receptacle outlet at a time.
- If outlets or switches feel warm, shut off the circuit and
have them checked by a qualified licensed electrician.
- When possible, avoid the use of "power strips"
and other devices that allow the connection of multiple appliances into a single receptacle.
- Place lamps
on level surfaces, away from things that can burn and use bulbs that match the lamp's recommended wattage.
touch anything electrical when you have wet hands.
- Don’t use electrical appliances such as hair dryers
or radios in a wet place or near water.
- If power is lost during a storm, turn off or unplug electrical appliances
so that there’s not a power surge when the electricity comes back on.
- If there’s flooding, watch
out for water around electrical items, and never use appliances if they’re wet.
- Never play with kites
or toy planes near overhead power lines.
- If a toy happens to get caught in a power line, don’t attempt
to remove it yourself.
- Never prune trees yourself that are near power lines.
- wire your home
with 110volt combination smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
- be careful with heaters in the winter,
always disconnect them when you leave the room and avoid running the wires under carpet or thru walls
a licensed electrician verify that the electrical ground in your home is connected and installed properly