The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.

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    • Girl: Dolly’s house only had one safety switch to protect her from electric shock, hey Dad?

      Dad: But only on the circuit it’s fitted to – that one’s just on the power points.

      Girl: So I had one fitted for the lights, the air con and the pool.

      Dad: Switchboards have lots of circuit breakers, but it’s safety switches that save lives. The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough. Call your electrician to see if your home is safe.

      Dad: Authorised by the Queensland Government, Brisbane.

The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.

Regardless of whether you own or rent, you should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits.

Safety switches protect you, your family and anyone visiting the property from electric shock.

The risk is real. One safety switch may not be enough.

If you are unsure, call your electrician to see if your home is safe.

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