You Should Know – at Home ...
The Electrical Safety Authority works independently and with other organizations to provide information and services to the public that can protect you against potential shock and fire hazards.
We work closely with the Fire Marshal’s Office and the Coroner’s Office to produce an annual Electrical Safety Report that reinforces the ongoing requirement to take precautions when dealing with electrical installations. A dedicated Consumer Advisory Council assists us in preparing information and defining campaigns to protect the public from potential electrical hazards.
What you should know – is you can make a difference in ensuring the safety of your home and family by:
- following basic electrical safety tips.
- ensuring you research electrical projects.
- using the services of licensed electrical contractors.
- ensuring you arrange for electrical inspections if you are concerned about your home's electrical system, or if you are doing electrical work.