Electrical Safety Tips for kids

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As your children grow and start to explore the home, they will be exposed to all sorts of hazards. However, there are a few simple steps that you can take to ensure the safety of your children.


  • Keep drinks away from TVs, DVD players, stereos, speakers, computers, games consoles and anything else electrical.
  • Keep appliance cords out of the reach of children, especially those connected to hot items such as kettles, irons, hair straighteners or hairdryers.
  • Never leave an unconnected appliance cord plugged in and switched on (for example, a mobile phone charger). Young children may be tempted to put the end of the cord in their mouths.
  • Keep appliance cords out of the reach of children, especially those connected to hot items such as kettles, irons, hair straighteners or hairdryers.
  • Never leave an unconnected appliance cord plugged in and switched on (for example, a mobile phone charger). Young children may be tempted to put the end of the cord in their mouths.
  • Appliances should be switched off when not in use.
  • Don't rely on socket blanking plugs for your child's safety. Regular sockets are generally safe and socket covers will not prevent electric shock if the installation is not safe.
 

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