A safe home environment is not always enough to control all potential
electrical hazards. You must be very cautious and work safely at home
especially when you are dealing with home appliances. In line with this,
Jumia discuss safety rules to help you prevent any electrical accident
in your home.
abrasion and that power extension cables haven’t been knotted, which can
cause conductor damage and increase the risk of shock or fire.
conductor to break, a problem that can lead to electrical fires. Because
it occurs in the core of the cable, conductor damage isn’t always
obvious to the eye, so play it safe from the start by guarding the cords
with heavy-duty cord covers.
and water. Store power tools and cables above water level when not in
use and never use electrically powered tools in a wet environment.
an electrical plug so that it will fit into a socket – doing so only
increases the likelihood of shock, electrocution, and fire.
cord you’re using is greater than the power requirement of the equipment
it’s powering. Using an extension cord to supply more wattage than it’s
rated for can cause conductor strain, overheating, and possibly even