Hazards of working with electricity
Electricity assumed the nature of an item of basic need in every residential, industrial, and commercial premises in today’s world. People use electricity for almost everything, such as on a variety of tasks daily, including lighting, heating, and cooling their homes, as well as powering televisions and computers. Everyday activities are so closely knitted with electricity that life comes to a halt with a power outage of even a short duration.
However, the use of electricity in modern life isn’t without risks. Electrically driven equipment can pose a significant threat to workers when improperly handled or not maintained. Many electrical equipment has high voltage levels or high power requirements, which adds to the danger. Three main hazards associated with using electricity can be an electrical shock, fire, and arc flash. Reasons to electrical emergencies contact with live wires, eruption of fires due to faulty wiring, or existence of exposed parts. Similarly, such emergencies may arise due to inadequate wiring or contact of electrical items with potentially flammable or explosive materials.
To help its clients cope with such situations of electrical emergencies, Positive Contractors Ltd now offers the services of an Emergency Electrician. We ensure to provide you with fast, safe, reliable services any time of the day or night. As a part of this service, our team of technicians would reach the distress site in the shortest possible time to deal with such a situation. If you have any concerns about the safety of your home’s electrical system, call our emergency electrician immediately.
The technicians of our Emergency Electrician carry NICEIC-approved qualifications coupled with a minimum of five years’ experience. You can therefore expect wok of the highest quality with cleanliness and assurance of no later botheration.
Our Emergency Electrician technicians can deactivate the shock emitting or hazardous electrical items or wiring as the 1st step. Also caters to the human side of disaster by imparting free briefing on-premises as a part of the service.