To ensure your electrical safety:
- do not touch the wires that hang or lie on the ground. Remember that it is deadly dangerous not only to touch but also to approach more than 8 meters to the wire that lies on the ground;
- do not climb on the roofs of buildings near which wires are transmitted;
- do not equip them with parking or burn the fire;
- do not expose the wire lines and other objects to the conduction of the air lines (AL);
- do not allow children to play directly under the air lines and near the substations;
- do not run under the air "kites";
- do not touch metal sheaths of the AL and TV antennas, which, as a result of damage to the AL wires, can be tight;
- beware of accidental approach to the wires of the power lines during the execution of works under the AL: construction of buildings and buildings, loading and unloading works, storage of materials, and others;
- remember that inappropriate installation of radio or TV antenna, carrying out of various works near air lines with approaching metal parts of the AL causes electric trauma;
- unauthorized work in electrical installations that you do not own, independent connection to the power grid usually causes electric trauma;
- do not allow the installation of new or repairing existing electrical installations by unskilled persons. Careless repairs can lead to injury to the people who use these electrical equipment;
- portable power tool is a source of high danger. Before using the power tool, learn the requirements of the Safety Rules and the operating instructions from the manufacturer;
- household electrical appliances, portable fixtures intended for use only in rooms with floors that do not conduct electric current;
- do not touch the power supply of the buildings in any way. Do not even use insulated leads in unintended buildings, as ropes for hanging, drying clothes, and others.
Remember! Most accidents occur during manufacturing and use of self-made extensions and electrical appliances.
When using electricity in everyday life:
- do not use self-made "bugs" to protect the wiring from short circuits, use certified fuses;
- remember that faulty electrical appliances, isolation of wiring and switches - a constant source of injuries and accidents;
- do not repair the electrical appliances without disconnecting them from the power grid, do not carry out work in the power plants independently. Repair work must be carried out by specialists;
- to clean the lighting equipment, lamps, portable fixtures from dust and dirt it is necessary to shut them off the network;
- use plug-in plugs to connect the appliance to the mains. No connection of bare ends of wires is allowed;
- when washing with a washing machine, do not touch it with wet hands;
- take measures to prevent children's access to electrical appliances.
Open sockets are better equipped with special stubs.
To avoid the occurrence of electrical injuries, it is necessary to know the following rules of electrical safety and to adhere to them:
- in humid premises, use portable lamps and electrical appliances with a voltage not exceeding 36 V;
- do not touch the wires that are hanging or on the ground (it is also deadly dangerous to approach them at a distance of more than 8 meters);
- do not fill with water from the water tap the dishes, coffee makers, switched on to the mains power supply, as simultaneously touching the appliance and the tap of the appliance, the person may be affected by electric shock;
- do not replace the electric lamps without switching them off, do not wipe with a damp cloth electric wires, plug sockets, switches, other electrical appliances, switched on to the electrical grid;
- do not carry electrical appliances on the yard, because in the event of damage to the insulation, a person standing on the ground and touching any metal part of such a tool can get an electric injury;
- do not climb the roofs of buildings, do not climb on trees near the air lines, do not try to penetrate any transformer substations for any purpose, do not attempt to repair the breaks of wires independently;
- do not touch the electric cables of the door, window frames, do not fix them on the nails, do not paint and do not whiten, in order to avoid damage and premature drying of insulation of electric wires. This leads to fires, and when dealing with people to accidents;
- do not allow children to play under air lines and near electrical equipment, explain them the danger of such behavior;
- do not allow children to play with sockets;
- do not hang things on wires, switches and sockets;
- it is important to know that household appliances (kettles, irons, electric cookers, etc.), as well as portable lamps (floor lamps, table lamps) with a voltage of 220 V, are intended for use in premises with non-conducting electric floors
WARNING!!!! If a person falls under stress, do not touch it with her hands, and quickly shut off the electrical installation (switch, knob, or cut the wire with an ax, shovel with a dry wooden handle), drag the victim away from the body for dry clothes. After that, you must immediately start providing first aid (artificial respiration, stop blood, put a tire) and call a doctor! Contrary to popular belief, it is forbidden to bury the victim in the land, as these actions will not benefit, it can only lead to the death of the victim. Be careful and careful!
Use with damaged isolation of electrical equipment connected to the electrical system in the open air can cause electric shock, as the LAND IS ELECTRICITY CONDUCTOR!