Electrical earthing, often referred to as grounding, is a critical safety measure in electrical systems. It involves connecting electrical components and equipment to the earth or a conductive system to prevent electrical shock, fires, and equipment damage. Proper electrical earthing ensures that excess electrical energy is safely dissipated into the ground. It is essential in residential, commercial, and industrial settings to safeguard people and property. Compliance with electrical codes and standards is essential for effective electrical earthing, ensuring safe and reliable electrical installations.