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ELSAEuropean Law Students' Association
ELSAEthical, Legal and Social Aspects
ELSAElectrical Safety (conference)
ELSAEnglish Language Skills Assessment
ELSAEmployment, Labour and Social Affairs (various organizations)
ELSAEarth and Life Systems Alliance (UK)
ELSAEuropean Laboratory for Structural Assessment
ELSAEuropean League of Stuttering Associations
ELSAEnglish Longitudinal Study of Aging
ELSAEnglish Language Services for Adults
ELSAElectron Stretcher and Accelerator (Physics Institute, Bonn University)
ELSAElectronic Library Services and Applications
ELSAEstes Land Stewardship Association (Estes Park, CO, USA)
ELSAEmergency Level Scale Assessment
ELSAEwing-Lawrence Sewage Authority (Lawrenceville, NJ)
ELSAEndoluminal Laser System Ablation
ELSAEmpirically Lossless Switch Architecture
ELSAEconomic Research and Financial Analysis
ELSAExpedition Leadership Style Analysis (inventory)
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Electrical Safety First found that last year,Merseyside Fire and Rescue Serviceattended 227 accidental electrical fires in kitchens, or four a week, after appliances were misused.
Phil Buckle, chief executive of Electrical Safety First, said: "We're well aware that the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the home from an electrical safety perspective due to the mixture of water, hot surfaces, flexible cables and electricity that can be found there.
New analysis of Government data by Electrical Safety First found that last year, there were 604 accidental electrical fires in the kitchens of the West Midlands caused by the misuse of appliances, the equivalent of nearly 12 every single week - almost 83 per cent of which involved food igniting.
But this growth is 'drastically outpacing' the number of charging points, according to Electrical Safety First, a consumer protection charity.
Nearly 150 fires in Welsh homes last year were caused by faulty electrical appliances, charity group Electrical Safety First has said.
* As various applications see demands rise for power usage, power density, and efficiency, the need to test for electrical safety goes hand-in-hand.
Electrical Safety First, a charity campaigning for greater awareness of fire risks, urged consumers to always register electrical products with manufacturers after buying.
On standby to help industry professionals achieve the standard is the ForthValley College electrical safety team.
aMANUFACTURER of electrical safety equipment is investing PS500,000 to transform its factory in County Durham.
International Resource News-May 31, 2018--The Electrical Safety Foundation International receives Fire Prevention & Safety Grant
Ask second hand sellers if they are aware of "Business Companion", a government-backed electrical safety guide.
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