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Electric blanket safety campaign

Gordon Hayward

Electric blanket safety campaign

Avon pilot 1986

by Gordon Hayward

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Published by Consumer Safety Unit, Department of Trade and Industry .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Gordon Hayward.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Consumer Safety Unit.
The Physical Object
Pagination52p. ;
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20814020M

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All electric blankets sold in the United States should meet UL standards, the Underwriter Laboratory’s safety code for electric blankets and mattress pads. Safety Due to the electrical nature of this type of blanket, safety is an important consideration that deserves its .   You can now phone or email and book your free electric blanket test, Warwickshire County Council Trading Standards Service has announced. Warwickshire Trading Standards will provide electric blanket tests FREE OF CHARGE, for Warwickshire residents aged 50 or over, between Monday 3rd October and Friday 7th October Testing is by appointment only and available.

Safety First. Some types of electric blankets are safer than others. Before you purchase a new electric blanket, make sure it has met stringent safety tests by checking for a UL or ETL marking on. So are electric blankets safe? If you were to speak to the Fire Service, they would probably answer no. Because with an estimated fires a year caused by electric blankets in the UK alone, the facts speak for themselves. Despite the safety features of new electric blankets, many people are .


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This could damage the wires and lead to a fire. Heating pads and electric blankets cause almost fires each year. Almost all of these fires involve electric blankets that. 6 top tips to use electric blankets safely. Store electric blankets flat, rolled up or loosely folded to prevent damaging the internal wiring.

Unplug blankets before you get into bed, unless it has a thermostat control for safe all-night use. Never use an electric blanket if you have an air flow pressure relief mattress, or use emollient creams.

Free electric blanket testing in Fife Publish Date: 15 August Partnership working to reduce the number of fires caused by faulty blankets. The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service are working in partnership to reduce the number of accidental house fires within the Fife area from faulty electric blankets.

When Britain's Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service conducted a study of electric blankets init found that 70 percent of units failed safety tests and that 99 percent of electric blanket.

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Safety Features – Electric blankets have a lot of safety features that need to be taken seriously. You are sleeping underneath this blanket so you want to be sure that safety features are in place so you are protected even overnight.

Low voltage – low voltage electric blankets lower the risk of electric shock. Look for blankets that use. Check electric blankets regularly, no matter how new they are. Three to five years of regular use is about the maximum expected safe life of an electric blanket. Only use an electric blanket to warm a bed and take care when it is switched on.

If the blanket is left switched on while a person sleeps, it can overheat their body. Shock-protection blankets cover energized components to protect workers from electrical hazards.

They provide a barrier for electrical equipment situated in cubicles, switchboards, and substations. These blankets have eyelets so they can be secured in place with blanket pins, buttons, or straps. blankets during a special home safety roadshow on Thursday September The roadshow will take place at the Council Civic Centre from 10am to 4pm and will offer householders the opportunity to obtain a free safety check on their electric blanket as well as discover practical safety tips and advice.

But there is an alternative to electric blankets. There are many, better, and safer alternatives. Here are just a few. Blankets: That’s right—try a good, old-fashioned, non-electric blanket to get snug as a bug.

Some of the warmest materials for blankets are wool, cotton fleece, and cashmere. Wires running through the blanket are barely noticeable, unlike with older electric blanket, this makes the blanket comfortable to use and reduces bulkiness.

The blanket has a hour automatic shut-off, which means after 10 hours of operation, it shuts off on its own, which is a safety.

Shop for clearance electric blanket at Bed Bath & Beyond. Buy top selling products like Biddeford™ Blankets Micro Plush Heated Throw Blanket and Brookstone® n-a-p® Heated Plush Blanket. Tefici Electric Heated Blanket Throw with 3 Heating Levels & 8 Hours Auto Off,Super Cozy Soft Heated Throw with Fast Heating and Machine Washable,Home Office Use,62" x 84" Blue out of 5 stars $ $ 99 $ $ With the help of The Electric Blanket Institute and Electrical Safety Foundation International, as well as the Seattle Fire Department which has responded to fire calls involving electric blankets, let put your fears to rest with some electrical safety tips – and maybe you to rest basking in the warmth of an electric blanket.

An electric blanket is a blanket that contains integrated electrical heating wires. Types include underblankets, overblankets, throws, and duvets.

An electric underblanket is placed above the mattress and below the bottom bed is the most common type in the UK and Commonwealth countries, where it is known by default as an "electric blanket"; in the U.S. and Canada, where it is less. Don’t use electric blankets on infants or toddlers, people with disabilities, or anyone who can’t operate the heating controls themselves.

Don't use an electric blanket all night unless it is specifically rated for safe overnight use. Don’t run the power cord between the mattress and the box spring when using the electric blanket in bed.

Do not plug the blanket into an extension cord. Keep the control unit away from open windows. Do not use the electric blanket with infants, incapacitated persons, diabetics or those with an insensitivity to heat. Store and use the blanket out of the reach of animals.

Do not use the blanket .At least 25 million Americans use electric blankets each year, estimates the Electric Blanket Institute, a consumer guide. Electric blankets warm the bed through wires than run through the blanket. If your blanket is not working correctly, it's most likely due to a loose .Product Title Biddeford Blankets Comfort Knit Fleece Heated Electric Blanket, Twin, Gray Average Rating: () out of 5 stars ratings, based on reviews Current Price $ $ 33 - .