Power Tools and Electrical Safety

Before you start work with power tools, check electric cords for wear. If you’re outside or in a wet location, be sure tools and extension cords are suitable for outdoor use and circuits are equipped with Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) which prevent serious shock.
Never yank, kink, or bend cords. Unwind them fully before use, and store loosely coiled in a dry place. If electrical equipment catches fire, unplug it, or interrupt power at the main switch. If it’s small, use a multipurpose fire extinguisher.
Never use water on an electrical fire. If you don’t think you can put it out, leave and take everyone with you. Notify emergency services as soon as possible. Always consult a licensed electrician like Rogoz Electric with any electrical safety questions.
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