The rescuer should be cautious and alert while saving a person with electrical shock
If the patient is still in contact with the source of current switch off the source of current, it should be done with the rescuer standing on a dry piece of wooden board
Insulated materials include rubber-soled shoes, wooden planks, or piles of newspapers can be used by the rescuer if the current is of low voltage.
Rubber gloves, Dry clothing like a coat or a folded newspaper may give some protection, can be used by the rescuer
If the current is of very high voltage the rescuer should stand far away from the patient and drag him using a wooden walking stick, dry bamboo pole, wooden plank or a dry rope.
Give artificial respiration if necessary
Do the necessary first aid for burns
Transfer the patient to a hospital as soon as possible
Even in cases of mild electrical injuries he must be examined by a doctor as the effects are sometimes felt only after a while.
Do not touch the person who is in still contact with the current with bear hands
Do not use a pair of scissors or knife to cut the wire which is passing current
Don't do local treatment for burns