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Maintaining power extension leads is crucial for both safety and functionality. Regular inspection of extension cords can prevent electrical fires, shocks, and other accidents. It's essential to check for any physical damage, such as fraying, cuts, and abrasions, that can ex...
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Test Tagging, or test and tag, is a safety procedure where electrical appliances are inspected and tested for safety and functionality. The benefits of this process apply to both personal and professional settings.Test Tagging ensures that electrical equipment operates safel...
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When the power goes out.

June 21, 2024
When a storm hits, and the electricity supply fails, it can be a challenging and stressful situation.Here are some tips on how to be prepared to manage in a storm when your electricity supply fails:1. Have an emergency kit ready: Prepare an emergency kit that includes flashl...
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In today's gadget-driven world, multi-boxes, also known as power strips or extension blocks, have become ubiquitous in homes and offices. They are a convenient solution for operating multiple devices simultaneously. However, their convenience can lead to dangerous practices,...
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All second-hand electrical appliances sold in New Zealand must be electrically safe. A way of demonstrating this is to have them tested to Australian and New Zealand Electrical Safety Standard (AS/NZS) 5761, or have them disabled and tagged in accordance with AS/NZS 4701....
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