Insulated screwdrivers are tools designed to protect electricians and other workers from electric shock while working with live wires. They have insulated handles made of materials such as rubber, plastic, or composite materials that do not conduct electricity.
The insulated handle acts as a barrier between the user and the electric current, reducing the risk of electric shock. These screwdrivers are typically used for tasks such as electrical installations, repairs, and maintenance.
It is important to note that insulated screwdrivers should be regularly inspected for any signs of wear or damage to ensure they are still providing adequate protection. Additionally, they should always be used in accordance with safety guidelines and procedures.