Health and Safety

Safety at Home – Electrician’s Checklist

When protecting people and their assets is your business, rely on a brand that has your back. That’s why electricians across Australia have been proudly installing Clipsal products in Aussie homes since 1920.

Keep safety top of mind and use this Safety Checklist for your next appointment. Leave it with your customers, so they know what has been or needs to be done, for peace of mind.

Regular inspecting and testing of electrical equipment can save lives. It helps identify the damage, wear, and electrical faults.

You can detect many electrical defects such as damaged cords just by examining them, but regular inspection and testing will make sure electrical faults and deterioration you can’t see.

Inspections and testing must be carried out by a certified electrical contractor. If you are a business, inspecting and testing can help you meet your WHS duty to ensure electrical equipment is safe.
With so many people working and staying home to keep safe, have you thought about making sure your customers’ homes are compliant with legislation?

Clipsal has put together ‘Safety at Home – Electrician’s Checklist’ that can be downloaded right here to be used while working with customers in their homes and upgrading some vital safety electrical products.