Only allow registered electrical contractors to perform electrical installation work on premises.
Refrain from using damaged extension leads or appliances with damaged power cords and replace damaged ones.
Do not run power cords over sharp edges, especially metallic ones that may cause an electrocution.
Do no spill liquids onto appliances or power outlets as it may damage the installation or cause an electrocution?
First switch off the power outlet before removing the socket and do not unplug the socket by pulling on the power cord.
When in doubt confirm with our Local Supply Authority on what is allowable and safe.
Do not use extension leads outdoors for prolonged periods of time as its integrity will be compromised due to weather and physical contact.
Do not make modifications to the electrical installation yourself, contact a registered Electrical Contractor for assistance.
Do not overload electrical outlets as this may cause undue heat build-up and cause a fire.
Never assume that a power interruption will be suitable isolation to allow modifications to an electrical installation affect your own isolation to ensure returning power will not lead to an unsafe condition.
Do not leave appliances on when a power interruption occurs as the return of power may cause damage due to heating appliances.