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This golden rule could save your company from electrical disasters

by , 07 October 2014
When was the last time you considered the dangers of electricity in your workplace?
Well you should! Because electricity can start fires, electrocute your employees and even cause explosions.

If any of these things happen in your workplace, you'll have a full on workplace disaster on your hands.

You have to protect your business and employees from this nightmare so you don't lose everything.

To do that, you must follow this golden rule...


To protect your company from electrical disasters, follow this golden rule

The golden rule for protecting your company form electrical disasters is to look after everything electrical in your workplace.
This includes appliances like computers, printers, scanners, televisions, microwaves and coffee makers. As well as your electrical circuit.
But be careful. You can't do maintenance and repairs on your electrical circuit or appliances if you don't have the training to do it. 
If you try to do it without knowing how, you could electrocute yourself or cause problems that will lead to even bigger electrical disasters later.
Rather call in the right person to do the maintenance and repairs for you.
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Do you want to be fined, jailed or have a criminal record for life?
If an accident occurs in your workplace, and the person dies, you could be charged with culpable homicide, charged penalties of R100 000 or 2 years in jail! The CEO or Owner of a company is personally accountable for health and safety at work. 

When it comes to repairs and maintaining your electrical circuit and appliances, call this person

You need the number of a trusted electrician on speed dial. Whenever you want someone to inspect your circuit or repair an electrical appliance, call him.
Not only does he know how to fix your electrical circuit and appliance properly, he also knows what he's looking for, or at, when it comes to identifying a problem with your electrics.
PS: To discover more common health and safety risks, we strongly recommend you check out the Risk Assessment Guide. It has everything you need to help you assess risks such as these in your workplace. 

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