There are fire code stipulations banning flammable
substances (wooden door, curtains, beds and bedding, etc)
from opening and making contact with the elec heater. Fires happen and they kill.
Depending on the length of the heater and that wall, it would be
easy to move the heater to the opposite corner. Heater too long,
marry 2 shorter ones around the corner opposite the door.
There also appears to be a sill of some sort over the heater. That could be a window,
so keep those curtains welllllll above the baseboard heater. Also no flammable
items on the sill that could fall onto the heater. Use a tester on the outlets
to insure proper polarity and grounding. Insure there are no outlets over the
heater so cords will not come in contact the heater.
Yes, I was a building inspector for a county mental health facility.
They wanted to keep me, but I escaped