As the weather cools down, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) stands committed to upholding the highest standards of reliability, accountability, and efficiency in delivering electricity to the community.
To ensure uninterrupted service and the safety of its residents, DEWA issues essential instructions for Dubai residents during the rainy season.
These guidelines offer clear steps to protect your electricity supply and maintain a secure connection, reinforcing DEWA’s dedication to the well-being of its customers.
Dubai’s Instructions During Rainy Season
Here, Dubai Newsweek presents these vital instructions to help you prepare for the rainy season and safeguard your electrical needs.
1. Regular Maintenance
Ensure the safety of your electricity supply. Schedule regular maintenance by a qualified technician to inspect exposed connections, electrical cabinets, and meter boxes. Make use of waterproof sockets and fixtures to prevent any service disruptions.
2. Seal Electrical Cabinets
Keep all electrical cabinets securely closed. If you find any damaged meter windows, replace them promptly to maintain a safe and stable electricity supply. Also, seal any spare conduits on rooftops to avoid interruptions.
3. Proper Earthing
Confirm that all connections are properly earthed. This is crucial to ensure the continuity of safe and reliable electricity.
4. DEWA Store
For any internal issues, you can access technical service providers through DEWA’s smart app, the DEWA Store.
5. Emergency Contact
In case of urgent technical notifications, DEWA’s emergency number 991 is readily available.
6. Access Guidelines
For additional guidance on maintaining a stable and secure electricity supply during the rainy season, you can visit DEWA’s official website.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) emphasizes these precautions to safeguard your electricity supply and ensure the highest standards of reliability and efficiency. For more tips and guidelines, you can also visit DEWA’s website and official social media pages.