After winter, fire accidents are also prone to occur, among which electrical fire is the primary culprit of family fire. Improper use of electricity includes improper circuit setting and maintenance, as well as improper use of household appliances. Therefore, if you have a baby at home, you must know more about the safety of electrical appliances, so as to prevent trouble in advance.

9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

One of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

The safe use distance of all electrical appliances is 30-60 cm.

Two of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

It is not allowed to use uninsured household appliances to prevent serious accidents such as fire caused by leakage, short circuit and overload. If there are children at home, the hidden danger is even greater.

Three of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

Do not use household appliances with exposed wire at the connector of the power cord, so as to avoid the contact between the exposed power cord and the metal shell of the appliance. Children are easy to move and touch.

Four of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

Do not use ungrounded electrical appliances with ground wire. The ground wire must be grounded before use.

5 of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

Do not use wet cloth to wipe or touch switches and other electrical appliances.

Six of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

Do not turn on the switch of household appliances first and then plug in the power plug. If you use TV, radio, refrigerator, fan, iron and other electrical appliances, you should plug in the plug to connect the power, and then turn on the switch on the appliance; if you do not use it, you should first turn off the switch on the appliance and then pull out the power plug.

Seven of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

Do not use a variety of electrical appliances with large power consumption on the same socket at the same time to prevent the wire from overheating and fire.

Eight of 9 reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

Do not let children play with electrical appliances; do not understand the basic knowledge of electricians, and do not dismantle electrical appliances at will to avoid electric shock accidents.

Nine reminders for safe use of electrical appliances

Do not pull and connect wires randomly, so as to avoid damage to the insulation layer and leakage accident.

In short, home has a treasure, safe use of electrical appliances must understand! Therefore, parents must be aware of some common sense of emergency treatment and protect their own personal and property safety. Parents should let their children learn more about electric shock prevention at home so as to ensure their baby’s safety at home.