WHAT TO DO IF YOU GET AN ELECTRIC SHOCK
A common question that we often receive at Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians is what a homeowner or property owner should do if they are ever receive an electric shock. Each of our electricians on site receives health and safety training as well as years of experience before they are sent out to a job site by themselves. Our trained electricians can help to prevent accidents on the job and with the assistance of our Perth Australia electricians, we can make sure that we can take every possible precaution to prevent electric shock on a job site.
In the event of a worst-case scenario, knowing how to react can save lives. Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians have some advice when it comes to reporting incidents and emergencies as well as reacting in the event of an electric shock:
- Report your incident even if you take a minor electric shock and you may feel fine after the incident, it could be a good idea to get checked out as a precaution. Any electrical incident could potentially change your heart rhythm or lead to a need for first aid treatment.
- For more serious emergencies you may want to call emergency services to help out with problems like clashing conductors, dangerous polls or intersecting items for electrical wires and more. If there are exposed wires and a need for emergency electrical services, contact our 24 hour service immediately.
The staff members at Metro Electrical 24 Hour Electricians, can help to assess electrical threats on your property and then prevent future accidents by providing a fix that is to code.
Rather than trying to handle some type of electrical emergency on your own, it is crucial to contact the professionals as soon as possible and to receive the medical attention that you need so that you can prevent further injuries.