At GRENLEC, we believe that nothing is more important than your safety.

Electrical Safety Tips

The following information can be used to check areas of your home to improve the electrical safety. Not following these guidelines increases the possibility of:

  • an electrical shock
  • overheating or
  • a fire

Water and Electricity Do Not Mix
Don’t leave electrical appliances plugged in areas where it may come in contact with water. If a plugged appliance falls into water, NEVER reach in to pull it out – even if it’s turned off. First turn off the power source at the panel board and then unplug the appliance. If you have an appliance that has gotten wet, don’t use it until it has been checked by a qualified technician.

Workplace Safety Reminders

“Workplace” covers a broad spectrum of working environments. While the working environments differ, they all depend on electricity and electrical systems for energy, control, communications and data for virtually every aspect of operations. Electrical accidents can and do happen in all workplace environments, although the frequency or severity may vary.