The Safety Attachment for Electrical Outlet prevents the unauthorized or accidental removal of electrical power cords from a wall outlet.
Inventor Ira Lee Williams, Jr. of Three Rivers, TX has created an apparatus designed to prohibit the unauthorized or accidental removal of electrical power cords from a wall mounted receptacle.
As any parent will attest, the safety and well-being of their children is of the utmost importance. Among the many dangers present in any home, the risk of injury or death caused by accidents involving electricity and electrical devices is among the most common. A way of protecting children against accidental contact with electrical receptacles is by the use of childproof plastic covers. However, these covers are removed when an electrical device is plugged in. Even the youngest child can remove a plug by simply pulling on the cord. The electrical outlet is then exposed, or even more dangerously, the energized plug could become exposed, should the plug not become fully disengaged. Inventor Williams has created a means by which children and infants can be protected from electrocution from electrical outlets.
This clever new invention secures cords to electrical outlets. It is compatible with any common duplex receptacle. It uses hook and loop type fasteners. It is reusable and can save lives. The use of the Safety Attachment for Electrical Outlet allows for easy cord retention, as well as the protection of children from electrocution in homes in a quick, easy, and effective manner.