Vision and Mission
Our Board Members
Products & Services
Individual Application For Supply Of Electricity
Change of Contact Details
Business Application For Supply Of Electricity
Discontinuation of Electricity Supply
Report a Fault
Submit a Complaint
Submit Meter Reading
Cable Route Identification
Generator Connection and Commissioning
New Developments that Encroache on BPC Servitude
Pressure Testing and Fault Locating Services
Relocating of BPC Infrastructure
Shutdown requests by customers
Shutdown requests by Registered Consultants
Vegetation Management on BPC Infrastructure
Demand side management
Energy Saving Tips
Energy Saving Tips
Do not use frayed cords - replace worn and frayed cords on appliance s immediately.
Keep cords well away from hot appliances and other hot surfaces.
Do not run electric cords under carpets or rugs. Do not join cords with tape.
Do not run cords through hinges.
Do not run cords where people can easily trip over them.
Use BOBS approved electrical wires or cords and electrical Sockets Outlets.
Do not stick fingers into sockets outlets.
Never put bare wires into socket.
Cover socket outlets with a safety cap.
Use BOBS approved plugs
Do not overload socket outlet - use an adaptor.
Do not pull a plug by the cord. Switch plug off before pulling it out.
Do not connect electrical appliances to light sockets.
t use electrical appliances in the bathroom, except those designed for that purpose such as shavers.
Never touch electrical appliances with wet hands.
Never fill a kettle when it is plugged in.
Never mow wet grass with an electric lawnmower.
Never hold an electric appliance in one hand while touching metal objects such as taps, fridges or stoves with the other.
Never use water to put out an electrical fire if the mains are not switched off.
Use a dry chemical fire extinguisher.
General Safety Tips
Never change a light bulb without first making sure that the power is switched off.
Do not use a fork or a knife or anything metal to remove toast from a toaster when it is plugged in.
If you see sparks or smoke from an electrical appliance, it signals that something is wrong. Unplug it and call an electrician.
Do not work on an electrical appliance unless you know exactly what you are doing and have made sure it is not plugged in.
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