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We're Electrical Safety First (formerly Electrical Safety Council), a UK charity aiming to reduce the number of deaths & injuries caused by electrical accidents
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Electrical Safety First 6h
Where Do Fires Strike? Warehouse & Industrial In Focus - Electrical Safety First's very own Angela Murphy comments on fires being caused by electrical issues in workplaces. Read here:
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Electrical Safety First 7h
: Warning as cheap smoke alarms sold fail every safety test by consumer watchdog. Read more here:
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Electrical Safety First 9h
Have you ever stopped to think about whether your e-cig charger is safe to use? Clueless Colin finds out why buying a cheap e-cigarette charger is never a good idea… Read more:
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Electrical Safety First 9h
Electrical accidents in the home can pose a more significant risk to older or vulnerable people. If you’re worried about your property, or concerned about a neighbour or relative, here are some simple things that you can do:
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Electrical Safety First 11h
Have you checked your plugs lately? Put it on today's to-do list - it could save your life! Here's what to look for:
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Electrical Safety First May 22
Warning to residents following accidental kitchen fires. Read more here:
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Electrical Safety First May 22
Portable heaters are responsible for 4% of accidental house fires each year, as well as being responsible for a higher percentage of fatalities and serious injuries per incident compared to other items. Check out our safety advice:
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Electrical Safety First May 22
Doris shares some nan wisdom about overloading sockets and explains why it is so important to register your electrical appliances. Although she does find it quite hard to stick to the script...
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Electrical Safety First May 22
Finding the perfect for the job may seem like a tough task. But it doesn't have to be! Check out our advice for everything you should consider when choosing an electrician!
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Electrical Safety First May 22
One of the largest childcare providers in the Midlands has revealed that it decided to ban electrical plug socket covers in all of their nurseries, due to fears they make plug sockets more dangerous. Read more here:
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Electrical Safety First May 22
A regularly updated website is a great place to start building an presence, but to really stand out from the crowd, must make the most out of . Here are a few of our tips:
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Electrical Safety First May 21
What would you rather do? Registering an electrical item can be quicker and easier than scrubbing the toilet! Find out just how simple it really is:
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Electrical Safety First May 21
Unsure what to do with an electrical item that has been recalled? We've got you covered! Here's everything you need to know:
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Electrical Safety First May 21
Only 37% of buyers have the electrics checked before purchasing a new home
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Electrical Safety First May 21
It's this week. Find out how you can help friends, neighbours or relatives suffering with :
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Electrical Safety First May 21
If your home has more than one floor, make sure your smoke alarms are working on every level. It takes just minutes, and could save your life!
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Electrical Safety First May 21
⚠️PRODUCT RECALL⚠️ Fluke T110, T130 and T150 Two-Pole Voltage Testers have been recalled due to a risk of electric shock from false readings from the product. Stop using this product immediately and visit our page for more info on what to do next:
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Electrical Safety First May 21
Need some advice but not sure where to start? Our guidance page is the perfect place! Check it out:
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Electrical Safety First May 21
How can businesses be more prepared in the event of a product recall? The PAS 7100: Code of Practice is a vital tool for anybody involved in the electrical manufacturing and is available as a free download to small and medium sized businesses. More info:
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Tyne and Wear FRS May 19
How can you avoid an electrical fire at home? Here are top 10 tips from
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