A selection of infomation from and links to the Electrical Safety Council's website: Everything you need to know about electrics. Here are all the things that you should look out for as well as everything you can do to improve the way you treat electricity.


• How To Use RCDs

• Downlighter Safety


• Home electrics

Helping you understand all things electrical. – All those things you don’t know about, like wiring, and fuseboxes, carefully explained to help keep you and your family safe.
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• Safety in the home

Switch on to safe electricity at home. Here are all the things that you can do in and around your home to keep you and your loved ones safe.
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• Checking a plug

Checking a plug:

What fuse should it have? What wire should go where?
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• First Aid

First Aid:

Electric shocks. How you can help if someone is affected.
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• Renting a property

Renting a property:

What to look for as a tenant. Some simple do’s and don’ts.
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• Troubleshooting

Have the lights gone out? Is a socket or appliance not working? Here are some simple suggestions as to what might be wrong.
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• Building regulations

The statutory requirements for electrical installations are different in England and Wales from those in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Electricians carrying out work in England and Wales have to comply with Part P of the Building Regulations whereas in Scotland it is the Building Standards system. At the present time Northern Ireland has no equivalent statutory requirement.
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