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Category: Electrical Safety

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21 Oct, 2021
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Why Should You Inspect Your Fire Alarms / Life Safety Systems Routinely?

Are you a business owner or building manager? If so, you know that the safety of your employees and customers is paramount. It is important to have your fire alarm and life safety systems inspected on an annual basis. This ensures that all of the equipment is working properly, as well as providing documentation for […]

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13 Oct, 2021
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6 Important Benefits Electrical Maintenance Does For Your Business

Electrical systems age over time, just like office buildings, appliances, and equipment.  And just like these items that are used in offices, malfunctions can occur. Small issues, if left unaddressed, can grow to become bigger problems over time. With electricity playing an integral part in so many important tasks at work, it’s essential for businesses […]

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21 Jul, 2021
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Why Electrical Inspections Are Essential To Residential & Commercial Properties!?

An electrical inspection should always be your first priority when buying or renting a property. It is an essential aspect of determining if a home or commercial space is ready for occupancy or requires minor repairs. Electrical problems can lead to various unsafe scenarios, and if left unattended, it can be detrimental to everyone in […]

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15 Jun, 2021
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When Is It Time To Call An Electrician?

Electricity has become part of our daily lives. In the office and the home, we find ourselves using power in basic operations such as cooking, communicating, cleaning, heating, etc.  To ensure that your home and office are code-compliant and safe, it is crucial to get certified electricians who will conduct an electrical inspection of your […]

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05 May, 2021
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Why Electricity Safety Is Important?

Cases of electrical fatalities in the general public aren’t all too new. Across Canada, electrocution and injuries attributed to electricity have become so rampant that the Electrical Safety Authority has had to initiate awareness campaigns. But while the campaigns have always been targeted at those engaged in typical tasks outdoors, especially construction workers whose 60% […]