Similar to TEGG Service, Humphrey & Associates offers CurrentSAFE, an approach used in testing and maintaining electrical equipment. The focus of CurrentSAFE is residential structures. Providing customers with a safe and effective environment for the most efficient and reliable testing, CurrentSAFE is incredibly useful in determining potential electrical hazards that may exist.

H&A offers testing and diagnosing methods for all electrical problems in the home. Using special equipment, Humphrey & Associates is able to offer corrective actions to the home owner. Specifically trained and licensed electricians use their education to efficiently locate electrical problems through Thermographic, Ultrasonic, and other electrical testing without disturbing the home structure or décor. Continue reading

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Working in the electrical field, it’s important to understand your job as a contractor.  Though there are several considerations to keep in mind, understanding the imperative nature of fall prevention is key to success.

Humphrey & Associates understands the duty to have fall protection.  Fall protection is needed wherever there is an exposure to an employee to a fall six feet or greater or a fall from a lesser height if the exposure is to a hazard such as impalement or entanglement.  Ensuring the safety of employees, it’s important to have proper training to fully understanding how to keep safe when facing the risk of falling.

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Power tools are incredibly helpful, especially in the electrical industry.  When you are on a job site, it is crucial to maintain proper handling and use of power tools.  Here are several tips to keep you safe when working with power tools in the electrical field.

If you are looking to reduce injuries caused by electrical hazards associated with power tools, there are several preventative measures that can be taken.  It is important to use tools properly to ensure that you, your clients, and your workspace remain safe and secure.

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Understanding the effects of electricity is imperative when working in the electrical industry.  Whether you are at a residential or commercial property, take preventative measures to ensure the safety of yourself and your customers.  When you understand the hazards of electrical wiring in the home, you and your customers are well protected.  Prevent injury from electricity at home by learning about overloaded circuits, GFCI’s, and circuit breakers.

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Working in the electrical industry, safety is of the utmost importance for your clients and yourself.  When you are on a job site, you want to reduce injuries associated with overhead power lines in a safe and practical way.  Here are some tips to get you started.

There are several hazards when working near overhead lines.  Continue reading

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