(1) Do not disturb or repair electrical equipment casually.
(2) Distribution boxes, distribution boards, gate switches, torsion openings, sockets, sockets and wires that are frequently contacted and used must be kept in good condition, and the live parts shall not be damaged or exposed.
(3) Copper wire shall not be used instead of fuse, and the cover of switch shall be kept intact so as to prevent arc or fuse from splashing when short circuit occurs.
(4) When moving electrical equipment, it is necessary to cut off the power supply and protect the conductor in order to avoid wear and tear.
(5) When using hand-held electric tools, leakage protectors must be installed. The tool shell should be grounded or zeroed protectively, and the conductor should be pulled off when moving the tools. When operating, insulating gloves should be worn and standing on the insulating board.
(6) In thunderstorm days, do not go into the high-voltage pole, tower, lightning rod grounding wire around 20 meters. When the high-voltage line is broken, people are forbidden to enter within 10 meters of the surrounding area; if they are within 10 meters, they should jump out of the dangerous area on one foot or both.