Dangers of Electricity

 

 

Any form of energy, when not properly controlled or harnessed, can result in serious danger to those who use it. The risks with electric power can generally be divided into two categories: direct and indirect.

 

The direct danger is the damage that the power itself can do to the human body, such as stopping you breathing or regular heartbeats, or burns.

 

The indirect dangers of electricity include the damages that can result to the human body as a result of something caused by electric shock, such as a fall, an explosion, or a fire.

 

Electricity at any voltage can be dangerous and should always be approached with caution. An electric shock can occur upon contact of a human with any source of voltage high enough to cause sufficient current flow through the muscles or nerves.

 

The best way to avoid electric shocks in the home is to have your circuit’s tested by a qualified electrician.  Never tamper with the electrics in your house, leave it to the experts A Coole Electrical

Why not call our office on 01226 296425 or contact us here and book your fixed wire test