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Electrical safety audit in Bareilly

Electrical safety audit in Bareilly

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CIL ProvidesAccredited Electrical Safety Audit Services in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India.CIL is an ISO 17020 accredited inspection body for Electrical safety audit and Electricalsafety inspection. Electricitycan kill or severely injure people and cause damage to property. However,employers can take simple precautions when working with or near electricity andelectrical equipment to significantly reduce the risk of injury to themselves, theirworkers and others around them. This section provides a summary of those precautions.What are the hazards, The main hazards of working with electricity are, Electricshock and burns from contact with live parts,injuryfrom exposure to arcing, fire from faulty electrical equipment or installations,explosion caused by unsuitableelectrical apparatus or static electricity igniting flammable vapours or dusts,for example in a spray paint booth.Electrics hocks can also lead to other typesof injury, for example by causing a fall from ladders or scaffolds etc. Whatshould employers do, Employers must make sure that the electrical installationand the electrical equipment is, Suitable for its intended use and theconditions in which it is operated, only used for its intended purpose. In wet surroundings,unsuitable equipment can become live and make its surroundings live too. Fuses,circuit breakers and other devices must be correctly rated for the circuit theyprotect. Isolators and fuse box cases should be kept closed and, if possible,locked. Cables, plugs, sockets and fittings must be robust enough andadequately protected for the working environment. Employers must ensure thatmachinery has an accessible switch or isolator to cut off the power quickly inan emergency.Maintenance So far as reasonably practicable employers must makesure that electrical equipment and installations are maintained to preventdanger. Users of electrical equipment, including portable appliances, shouldcarry out visual checks. Employers and workers must remove the equipment fromuse immediately and check it, repair it or replace it if, the plug or connectoris damaged, the cable has been repaired with tape, is not secure, or internalwires are visible etc. burn marks or stains are present (suggestingoverheating). Repairs should only be carried out by a competent person (someonewho has the necessary skills, knowledge and experience to carry out the worksafely). It is good practice if employers arrange for more frequent checks foritems more likely to become damaged (e.g. portable electrical tools andequipment that is regularly moved, or used frequently or in arduousenvironments). Less frequent checks are needed for equipment less likely tobecome damaged (e.g. desktop computers etc.) Visual checks are not usuallynecessary for small, battery powered items, or for equipment that works from amains powered adaptor (laptops or cordless phones etc.). However, the mains poweredadaptor for such equipment should be visually checked. Employers must considerwhether electrical equipment, including portable appliances, should be moreformally inspected or tested by a competent person thinking also about theintervals at which this should be done. Arrangements should be made forinspecting and testing fixed wiring installations, i.e. the circuits from themeter and consumer unit supplying light switches, sockets, wired in equipment(e.g. cookers, hairdryers) etc., to be carried out regularly so there is littlechance of deterioration leading to danger. This work must normally be carriedout by a competent person, usually an electrician.

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