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Five important safety aspects while handling Electrical Appliances

BY: David Prakash Kumar | Category: Family | Post Date: 2010-01-11
 



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There is no house which is not using electrical appliances. These appliances have become an important part of our life. We cannot even think of a single day without using these electrical appliances. There is always a question of safety attached to these appliances as some of them are very good and safe while others are questionable. There are cases when people are aware of the guidelines but commit mistake because of some negligence. Here are five safety aspects which you need to know while handling the electrical appliances.

Safety in doubt:

There are many brands of electrical appliances which are selling its products in the market. Some are registered and tested by a trust worthy unit. On the other hand there are some companies which are selling just for the sake of earning money. If you are using an electrical appliance which is not tested and its safety is in doubt, stop using it and get it checked by a professional electrician.

No direct use:

There are many of us who just put the plug in the socket without even checking whether the appliance is on or off. This has caused many accidents in past and people tend to repeat it. Make sure that the appliance is off and then put the plug in the socket.

Wet hands:

People just want to be multitasking personalities. It does not matter what they are washing, they just come with their wet hands and put their hands into the appliance. This causes any accidents. People should try to avoid this while using any electrical appliance.

Continuous use:

If you want your appliance to be long lasting, you should take care of it. Just think for a while of a bulb. You can use it for 1000 hours properly according to its warranty. Even when you are sleeping, you just put it on. This will make it die much earlier. If you don't need any appliance at any time, you should shut it down so that the life of that appliance can be increased.

Children:

The greatest danger comes when children start trying to use the appliances. They really don't know about the use of the appliance and keep experimenting. This can put children into danger as well as the appliance may stop working. This should be avoided at all costs as it is very dangerous for the child and parents should make sure that they take are of their children properly.

Apart from these there are many other safety aspects which are needed to be taken care of. There are many appliances which come with enough of safety guidelines when we buy the product. People are aware of all these guidelines but still they tend to do mistakes as they don't pay attention to those guidelines. This finally results in accidents. People have to take proper care of all the instructions for their safety. It is best to get your appliance tested at regular intervals so that you can identify the problems, if any. This will keep you safe and the electrical appliance too.

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