Downed Power Lines: Don’t Touch!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these vitally important safety tips concerning what to do when you encounter a downed power line, either in a tree or on the ground. Be sure to follow these cautions; it could save your life! Stay Electrically Safe!

Special Thanks to BeatriceDailySun.com and Pat Feist of Beatrice Electric Superintendent for the article, Keep Safe Around Downed Power Lines.

Marina Manual for Electrical Safety

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this important electrical update from the Association of Marina Industries in connection with the new electrical safety manual released for marinas. Stay Electrically Safe as a boat owner and manager!

Special Thanks to TradeOnlyToday.com and to the Association of Marina Industries (AMI) for the article, AMI releases electrical safety manual for marinas.

Extreme Caution for Tree Cutting!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this vitally important electrical safety information in regards to workers trimming trees and coming into contact with overhead electrical power lines. Please exercise extreme caution when dealing with tree cutting tasks in relation to power lines to avoid getting electrocuted and even death. Stay Electrically Safe!!

Special Thanks to EHStoday.com and Sandy Smith for the article, Worker Electrocuted in Bucket Truck While Trimming Trees.

Look Up and Look Out!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this tragic news story of a boy incurring severe electric shock from climbing a tree and cautions to take when outdoors. We must make our kids aware of the dangers of overhead power lines so they can always remain safe in their playtime. Stay Electrically Safe with your kids!

Special Thanks to Mississauga.com and to CNW for the article, Oakville teenager’s serious electric shock a stark reminder of need to Look Up and Look Out for power lines.

Danger Signs and Solutions for Electrical Safety

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these vitally important electrical danger signs that show something is off and in need of attention to prevent electric shock or electric-initiated fires in the home. Stay Electrical Safe and Aware!

Special Thanks to Gillece.com for the article, Home Electrical Problems: Warning Signs and Solutions for Safety.

Swimming Safety by the Docks

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this news concerning Electric Shock Drowning and how it can be prevented with a focus on docks that are wired for boating purposes. Stay Electrically Safe in the water!

Special Thanks to Smith Mountain Eagle.com and Rebecca Jackson for the article, Electric Shock Drowning.

Workplace Electrical Safety

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these vitally important electrical safety tips for the workplace with a focus on use of extension cords and space heaters in the office area. Stay Electrically Safe where you work!

Special Thanks to SalemLeader.com and to Marty Frank, operations manager for the Orange County REMC for the information and article, Electrical Safety in the Workplace: Not Someone Else’s Job.

Outlet Fire Prevention

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this news piece about an outlet that overheated and caught a mattress on fire. Please heed cautions on electrical equipment to prevent electrical fires in your home. Stay Electrically Safe!

Special Thanks to KPIC.com and to the Fire Marshal, Josep Pedroloa, and the News Staff for the article, Electrical Outlet Sets Mattress on Fire.

Air Conditioning Electrical Safety

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these vitally important electrical safety tips in regards to proper use and installation of air conditioning units with a focus on outlets, wiring, and function. Stay Electrically Safe this summer!

Special Thanks to TheCamarilloAcorn.com, North American Precis Syndicate, Inc, and to ESFI for the article, Summer Safety Sense.

Office Electrical Safety

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these common electrical issues and precautions to take to avoid electrical fires and accidents, focusing on the proper use and place for outlets, power cords, and other equipment. Stay Electrically Safe in your office!

Special Thanks to HR.BLR.com (compliance tools for HR professionals) and to Office of Compliance (OOC) for the article, Time for an Office Safety Reality Check?