With this in mind, we’d like to share some valuable information that you may find useful.
Working From Home
If you have to use an electrical adaptor, where possible, ensure that it is the strip-type (where all of the sockets are in line with each other) and that it is fitted with a working fuse of a suitable rating. Make sure that the adaptor is not overloaded, in terms of the equipment plugged into it and that its’ position doesn’t present a trip hazard to anyone. This goes for anything you may have placed on the floor, if only for a short period of time.
You should not leave any item of electrical equipment that is plugged into the mains unattended. If you are not working on/with it, then it is needlessly using electricity.
Where possible, you should avoid using block-type adaptors, especially old ones, as they may not have a fuse fitted.
We have the appropriate measures and structures in place to ensure we can still provide :-
- Fire extinguisher supply, commission and servicing
- Portable Appliance Testing (PAT), in occupied or empty premises
- Fire Risk Assessment
- Fire door inspections
- Emergency signage supply
- Legionella and drinking water testing
Please be assured that Robert Richards Associates Limited have the resilience in place and the expertise to help you and your company through these challenging times.