Know-how in this sector. Inability to adhere to security and health precautions can result in electrical shocks, fires, or even fatality.
If you’re an electrical apprentice, you need to know and observe the following security and health guidelines prior to working for a commercial electrical company.
The person who supervises you should be an electrician licensed for the work you’re performing. Make sure that your supervisor is competent that knows the topic and is able to ensure you have the supervision required.
If you are working in small, dangerous, and dark spaces like ceilings, these may be exposed live wires. This is why you must ensure that all electrical circuits are recognized, isolated and de-energized before you start work to avoid shocks or ignition breakouts.
Health and safety are essential. Go through the health and security video below to learn more about how you could safeguard yourself when working as a contractor for an electrical firm in the commercial sector.