Do Not allow visitors and unauthorised persons to touch or handle electrical apparatus or come within the danger zone of H.V.apparatus.
Keep all ladders and other tools in the SAFE ZONE, at least 10 feet from any power lines. Put it up only where you have to work. Always make sure that, if the ladder fell, it would not contact any power lines or other electrical equipment.
Cables with the colour combinations red blue and yellow shall be reserved exclusively for the identification of protective conductor and shall not be used for any other purpose.
Outlets and switches that are warm to the touch, or hot, should be turned off immediately – and you should contact a licensed electrical contractor or electrician about this situation.
Whenever a building is occupied, emergency exit doors shall not be locked or fastened in such a manner that it cannot be easily and immediately opened from inside.
Work on electrical equipment and conductors only when deenergized, unless procedures and safeguards have been established to ensure zero exposure for the worker and other people in the area.
Fire alarm Sounders/sirens shall be strategically placed in sufficient numbers and in such a way that the sound is audible throughout the building. The sound shall be distinctive and at least 5 decibel above normal noise in the premises.
Never carry a tool by its cord. Be sure a tool is switched “off” before plugging or unplugging – this protects you and the next person who uses it.
To escape during a fire Fall & Crawl. It is easier to breath in a fire if you stay low while getting out.Use the back of your hand to test if a door is hot before you open it. If it is hot, try to use another way out.
If outlets or switches feel warm, frequent problems with blowing fuses or tripping circuits, or flickering or dimming lights, call a qualified electrician other wise it may cause short circuits or fire.