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For safety at home

Distraction is one of the main, most frequent causes of accidents around the home: always remember that you are performing potentially hazardous actions for your health and safety (for instance, using sharp blades, cleaning with corrosive detergents, tasks in contact with fire and high temperatures, etc.) and it is therefore necessary to stay sharp at all times.
Here are a few tips:
Be especially careful when performing the most risky activities in your kitchen or bathroom (for example: cutting with sharp knives, replacing light bulbs, using small appliances near water, cutting with pointed objects, etc.).
Do not leave knives unattended (in particular, keep them out of children's reach).
Have all gas and electrical connections carried out by specialist staff only, who must only use approved pipes and components. Always turn off the main gas supply tap when gas is not required.
Be careful if you are wearing loose-sleeved clothing near a gas hob.
Do not use electrical appliances near the sink or wet areas.
Check the voltage of electrical appliances before plugging them into sockets; when you have finished using the appliance, do not pull on the cable to unplug it.
Make sure electrical appliances are unplugged before cleaning them.
Minimise electrical connections with extension cables, reducers and multiple sockets.
Switch off the main switch before cleaning lamps or changing light bulbs.
Use the water heater at a temperature of no more than 50°C to avoid the risk of accidental scalding.
Keep a small fire extinguisher in your home.
Carefully follow the safety instructions for appliances.
Always contact specialised staff for the maintenance of appliances; if you need to open up the appliance, make sure you have unplugged it from the power supply.
Store detergents or other dangerous products in a safe location out of children's reach (we provide specific accessories for this).
Corrosive materials (acetone, ammonia, trichloroethylene, bleach, caustic soda, muriatic acid, etc.) and fumes that escape bottles that have not been properly sealed could damage your kitchen components. So be sure to close all such materials properly and keep them out of children's reach.
Do not overload the furniture (refer to the instructions in the use and maintenance manual).
Avoid standing or climbing onto tops, drawers, tables and chairs. Chairs should be used with all four legs firmly on the ground (so no rocking please!).
To reach the highest wall units, use a stepladder and do not climb onto chairs, stools and especially not the worktop.
Avoid standing or climbing onto glass tops and avoid overloading glass shelves.
If it breaks or chips, the sharp glass edge may cut you. To avoid breaking the glass, beware of any knocks, especially on corners since these are more fragile (refer to the instructions in the use and maintenance manual).
Use non-slip mats in the bathroom and kitchen as water on the floor can cause unpleasant falls.
...for any doubts and/or for more detailed information on our products, you can refer to the USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL that will be given to you upon delivery by authorised dealers.