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Sukot’s dangers include counterfeit electricity and portable fans – official

everyone is building sukkaho For the upcoming holiday extra precautions should be taken so as not to cause dangerous electrical rectification or allow children to come close to mobile fans, Igor Doskolowitz, head of regulatory administration at the Ministry of Economics, said in a statement.

Dosklowitz listed several caveats specifically for Sukkot.

He said sukkah builders should not improve attachments to the electric grid or use electrical equipment that is not fully insulated or does not have proper wiring.

A sukkah is usually made of wood or cloth, both of which are flammable, and liable to be drenched by rain or dew, which can ruin electrical equipment and make them unusable and dangerous.

These dangers, as well as the extended periods of time families live in their sukkaho During the holiday, make the temporary shack an irresistible hazard.

Along with electrical hazards, large portable fans are also a hazard, especially for young children who are liable to put their hands through wires and into the path of fan blades, warns Dosklowitz.

He added that penetrating fingers through the strings can cause serious damage, including losing the fingers.

    Dry construction.  (credit: Jonathan Sindel/Flash90) Dry construction. (credit: Jonathan Sindel/Flash90)

Dosklowitz called on parents to restrict their children’s access to fans and in any case use fans with attached blades, which perfectly protect the hands of curious children or infants.

The regulatory authority is the government body responsible for protecting the safety of the public in relation to any equipment with government regulations.

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