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Emergency Electricians: For When You Need the Most Help

Emergency Electricians: For When You Need the Most Help

Regardless of where you are, you may use these numbers to get in touch with the appropriate emergency services and get the aid you require in a time of crisis. You can only access general emergency services using this number, not specific individuals.

Have you programmed your cell phone with all of your important phone numbers, including those for emergencies? Have you thought about every possible emergency and whether you’re ready for it? Have you thought about what you’ll do if the power goes out at home? Would you know what to do if you lost electricity at the worst possible moment?

You can call for an emergency electrician any time of day or night, seven days a week, and they’ll be there to help you restore electricity. As the name implies, emergency electricians are trained to handle a wide range of urgent situations. Please give us a call if you are experiencing an electricity emergency.

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When Should You Need an Electrician for an Emergency?

If you smell smoke coming from a service panel, you should call emergency electricians right away. In this case, you can’t afford to take any chances. Obviously, if something smells like it’s burning, it could be on fire or about to start.

Similarly, if you notice any strange noises coming from your electrical switches, it’s time to consult an electrician. These noises indicate an internal electrical problem that must be fixed right away. Taking care of this problem as soon as feasible is the best option.

There will be times when the entire area is without electricity. In any case, the power provider will do whatever it takes to rectify the situation, and you shouldn’t worry about losing power. However, you should call an electrician if your home or business has lost power while the rest of the neighborhood still has electricity.

You should feel safe calling an emergency electrician if your lights keep going out and you have already checked the bulbs and lamps. This issue could be a symptom of a more serious problem with your electrical system.

Last but not least, contact your local emergency electrician service immediately if you discover that your electrical service line has become disconnected from your building. There is little chance of getting your electricity back on if you don’t.

Concluding Remarks

Always check online for the number of a local emergency electrician service to have on hand. You should be able to get in touch with an electrician who can assist you in an emergency situation regardless of where you happen to be located. Please remember to jot down this number in the event of an urgent need.

Contraception: an Australian clinical practice handbook – 3rd edition now available online, anytime, anywhere

Contraception: an Australian clinical practice handbook – 3rd edition now available online, anytime, anywhere

A new online resource to support and promote optimal clinical practice around contraception has been launched by Family Planning NSW, Family Planning Queensland and Family Planning Victoria.

With the objective of making evidence based, consensus recommendations on contraceptive practice in Australia more readily available, the state based organisations have collaborated to produce an online version of the third edition of Contraception: an Australian clinical practice handbook.

The online handbook and the respected, recently updated hard cover editionof Contraception: an Australian clinical practice handbook have been designed as practical, user friendly tools to support doctors, nurses and other health care practitioners in helping women choose the type of contraception that best suits their needs.

Contraception: an Australian clinical practice handbook was launched late last year and was lauded by clinicians as a comprehensive resource that draws on international research and offers evidence based information on contraceptive methods available in Australia.

The handbook provides an updated review of the different methods available, including definitions, mechanisms of action, contraindications as well as advantages and disadvantages of the different methods.It also provides updated advice on using quick start methods of contraception, drug interactions and extended hormonal regimens as well as examining options for women with a broad range of pre-existing medical conditions, young women and women who are post-natal and perimenopausal.

To subscribe to the site and to order Contraception: an Australian clinical practice handbook – 3rd editionvisitwww.contraceptionhandbook.org.au

“Time for Change” statement supports increased use of LARCs

“Time for Change” statement supports increased use of LARCs

SH&FPA’s “Time for Change” statement was launched at the Australasian Sexual Health Conference in Darwin. The statement makes 15 recommendations for action by clinical professional organisations, governments, research institutes, and health service providers,

to support the increased use of Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) to reduce unintended pregnancy and abortion rates in Australia.

 

Everyone has the right to information about and access to safe, affordable contraceptive choices. While Family Planning Organisations do not endorse one method of contraception over another, it is essential that Australian women receive accurate evidence-based information on the safety, efficacy, advantages and disadvantages of all methods to facilitate a choice based on their personal needs, preferences and medical suitability

 

SH&FPA encourages health care practitionersto support ways to increase the use of LARCs — in view ofstudies showing that women who use LARCs reduce their risk of unintended pregnancy twenty fold.