arning to avoid the dangers is vital for your and your coworker’s safety.
The most common mistake made by apprentices is of leaving wires unattached. They think the wire that is not secured with a clamp is secure. A wire with a loose clamp in an electrical box can be an hazard to safety that could endanger the lives of all those who are in the vicinity. This electrical problem is easily solved by the cables loose inside the box.
Another error that’s often committed by electricians is that they install outlets or other electrical equipment without having a proper grounding. Certain experienced electricians assume that the process isn’t necessary and can even save their lives and avoid accidental workplace injuries. While they are in their initial year working as electricians, most apprentices commit the common error of connecting their new equipment to their old electrical connections. Modern fixtures require a fresh as well as reliable connection before they can work.
In the event of exposing electrical cables or boxes to flammable elements is a mistake that can put lives at risk for everyone near it. A skilled electrician must be aware the importance of safeguards and avoid working in a fire-safe environment.