Electrical can be a tricky sort to reckon with. Considering that more than 300 deaths and 4,000 injuries come from electrical hazards in the United States each year dealing with electricity if not carefully done can even be deadly. Electrical issues are one of the six leading causes of deaths in the workplace. Surly, the last thing a business needs is to have to explain to the family of one of their workers that the worker died due to faulty electrical. The heartbreak and the lawsuits that could come from something like this is simply a matter that could be avoided easily if you simply make sure that all cables are safe for use. How do you do this though? How can you be sure that some sort of electrical issue is not going to pop up? Well let’s discuss what the cable in your business should look like, and how to be sure that these accidents can in fact be avoided.
Let us first start by defining a wire
A wire is a single strand of rod metal. It is a single