Edmonton Electrician | Hire an Electrician Who Works Safely

780-935-0622

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14927-69ST NW
T5C-0J3
Edmonton, Alberta

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Ensuring the safety of the job site should be goal number one of any Edmonton electrician. Regardless of how big or small the job is, whether it is commercial, industrial or even residential. Electricians who ensure the safety of their work environment will also have the attention to detail necessary to do the job properly and efficiently. There are several things that people can look for and ask to see to help determine if the electrician that they are hiring will have the right focus on safety.
By asking the Edmonton electrician if they have any safety protocols, can be a good place to start. One great indication, is if the electrician is COR certified. This is going to show the person that hired them that they electrician that they have hired will have a good safety program in place, and will have a focus on safe working conditions.
The Edmonton electrician might say that they caught a safe working procedure in place that consists of several checklists to ensure that  every task they have has a focus on safety. For example, they might say before they get to the job site they will have a checklist to ensure they have all of the safety equipment necessary to do the job. Whether this is including things like lifts and harnesses, or if it is simply the tools and materials they need to do the job. By ensuring they have all of the safety equipment, and then a checklist to ensure the equipment is in safe working order.
Another great safe working procedure and a checklist would be to help ensure the job site is safe when the electrician gets there. An FLRA is an example of a great safety checklist. What this does, is it requires the Edmonton electrician to observe the entire job site, and document any hazards that are existing. Hazards could be things like a mess that would provide a tripping hazard, extension cords that could cause people to trip, wet or icy floors, or even broken glass in the area. Once the electrician observes and documents the hazards, the FLRA will require an electrician to clean up the site to make the area safe to work it. If a person asks the electrician what safe procedures they have in place and this is what they show them, that is a great indication that there electrician will work safely.
By knowing all of the various ways they can ensure their Edmonton electrician they hired is going to be safe, can help them hire the right one. Because if the electrician the hires not going to be working safely, they should not be working at all. Safety procedures way to ensure that electrician will not get hurt, hurt others on the job sites and will avoid damaging their property. This is important to look for, and if the electrician they hire does not have any safety procedures in place, they should keep looking.
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It is extremely important that people are hiring Edmonton electrician based on how safe they are, and if they have the right documentation to allow them to do the job they are hired for. This is extremely important, because contractors that are not licensed or insured create a huge risk for people regardless of what type of job site their working on. If it is residential, commercial, or industrial, or if the job is a service call, or brand-new build there is no job too small or too inconsequential to ensure electrician is licensed to the job.
One of the first things that a person can ask for when they hired electrician is to see a copy of their insurance. They should have liability insurance, as well as commercial insurance. This will provide coverage if they make a mistake, or if there was a problem with their job that caused damage. If a person hires an Edmonton electrician without insurance, if there is a problem the only recourse they will have is to personally sue them. This is not a guarantee that they are going to cover all of the therefore, it is very important that a person take steps to find out if their electrician is insured.
The next thing that a person can look for to ensure their Edmonton electrician can do the job they were hired to do, is that they have WCB coverage. Not only is this going to cover the electrician, their business, and any of their employees, it also is an indication that they are licensed. If electrician does not have WCB coverage, that is probably at big red flag that they are not a licensed contractor, And people should think twice about having electrician that WCB on their job site.
By ensuring there electrician is insured, and has the proper WCB coverage, thing that a person can check for is that they are pulling their right permits for the jobs they are working on. If they are not able to pull the right permits, it puts the person whose property the work is being done on at risk for having the work being rejected by the municipality. It is very important that they are able to pull the permits, and that they do for the job site that they are working on.
Very important that people do their due diligence when hiring Edmonton electrician for their job. They need to ensure that the electrician that they hire has safety as their number one value, and is covered to be able to do the work that they have been hired to do. People are looking for such an electrician, they should contact Hauer Power at 780-935-0622. Not only are they licensed electrical contractors, but they have safety as their focus, and will be able to do a great job, whatever the electrical service that is needed. Whether it is residential, commercial or industrial, or if it is during regular work hours or not, they’ll be the ones to call.

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14927 69 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5C 0J3