Every electrician should wear safety gear while working in any environment, whether it be at your home or any commercial property, always make sure you’ve got your safety gear before getting to work. Because safety comes first before work, if it is not safe, don’t get to work no matter what if you do, you’re putting yourself at risk and danger.
Another gear that electricians should wear while performing electrical repairs is the work boots. Working boots should be slip resistant and provide excellent traction to work in all surface conditions. For wet areas, rubber boots are recommended because they prevent slipping and sliding. During cold weather, boots should feel warm on the feet so that working in such condition will allow the electricians to feel comfortable. When working under cold temperature, wearing thick gloves will prevent freezing. These should have a right fit so that they will not be bothersome while working. If an electrician has long hair, it should be pony tailed or fixed upon the head so that it does not fall on his face. Untied hair has a big chance to get caught up in machinery, which can be very dangerous and can lead to serious injuries.
Here’s an article about safety for electricians.