DON’T BE STUPID
These are things that increase the risk of Violet Wand play beyond acceptable limits

Heart Disease or Heart Surgeries
Pacemaker or Insulin Pump
Other Internal Electronics
Pregnant
Neurological Disorder
Use a Spark Gap
(Direct Metal Electrodes and Body Contact Probes need to be spark gapped for safety)

BE AWARE
These are things that you should be aware of that only do with extreme caution
Implants, Braces, Fillings and Piercings, etc.
(Except for titanium which is barely conductive)
Asthma or sensitivity to ozone
Diabetics (possible risk of creating sores which could become infected)
Unshielded Electronics (better safe than sorry)

Be Safe
These are best practices and help to improve the safety of both the top and the bottom
Use a GFCI and circuit tester
Start Low and go slow
Keep the wand moving
Metal electrodes can cause burns
Synthetics can melt (rubber, latex etc.)
Take Breaks!!  (15-20 minutes of exposure)
Use a secondary safety switch (foot pedals or other types)
Finer points are more intense
Always look for damage to your wand and electrodes
Electrical Play is Edge Play

Be Smart
These are things that should a natural part of Violet Wand usage for the safety of you, the bottom, and your equipment.
Never Jam or twist Electrodes IN or OUT
Keep silica packs in your case (to avoid oxidation damage)
Clean Electrodes (but don’t submerse end caps)
Always Play Consensually
Edge Play means increased RISKS

Safety Equipment
Foot Pedal or Secondary Switch
Circuit Tester
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GCFI)