Cable Risk Assessment

Electrical incidents in offices often result from faulty equipment or unsafe use of items like extension cords. Regularly inspect cables for wear to prevent shocks and fires. Promptly remove damaged cables. Proper routing is crucial to avoid trip hazards—keep cords close to walls. Caution is needed with extension cords or power strips used with heaters or fans; plug these devices directly into a wall outlet. Extension cords are for temporary use only; avoid using them outdoors. Store extension cords indoors when not in use.

Working atmosphere in the construction, installation and safety of crane Industry.
Overloaded circuit warning signs 

Flickering, blinking or dimming lights.

Warm or discolored outlet wall plates

Burning odor coming from outlets, wall switches or equipment

Frequently tripped circuit breakers or blown fuses.

Cracking, sizzling, or buzzing coming from an outlet.

Mild shock or tingle from equipment, outlets or switches