Though most appliances come with some type of heat control
system, these safeguards have been known to occasionally fail. Follow
these tips to keep your family safe!
General appliance safety
Never use a faulty electrical appliance or one that has a frayed cord,
cracked or broken plug, or any appliance that has given you some sort of shock!
Always unplug appliances by pulling on the plug, not the cord.
Always make sure appliances such as heaters, ovens and stoves are turned off
prior to leaving the house.
Don't place fan heaters, televisions and electrical equipment in areas with
Keep combustible material (clothes, bed linen, curtains and tea towels) away
from heaters, lamps and stove tops.
Clean the lint filter of your dryer after each load.
Clean ovens and hot plates regularly to prevent build up of spilt or burnt
Ensure you use the proper watt bulbs in lamps and light
Make sure any appliance you use in your home complies with