A Safe and Happy Harvest

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these electrical safety cautions from Essential Energy in regards to farm and field workers during the harvest season with a focus on being aware of power line locations to prevent injury or fatality. Stay Electrically Safe in your work environment!

Special Thanks to Narromirenewsonline.com.au and to Essential Energy for the article, Plan to Stay Safe at Harvest.

Halloween Safety Indoors and Out!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these electrical safety tips to keep kids and pets safe this Halloween both indoors and out with a focus on electrical cords. lights and decorations. Stay Electrically Safe all year long!

Special Thanks to BroadwayWorld.com and to Safe Electricity.org for the article, Safe Electricity Provides Tips to Prevent Scares and Keep Costumed Visitors Safe This Halloween.

UK Caution: Electric Blankets may be a hazard!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this electrical caution coming from the UK concerning the dangers of electric blankets that don’t pass inspection. Be sure to have your inspected for your electrical safety!

Special Thanks to Kirkintilloch Herald and to David Hepburn for this important article, Could Your Electric Blanket be a Safety Risk?

Five Year Electrical Trends

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares information about an electrically related synposium hosted by the Fire Protection Research Foundation coming in November to address key issues of the next five years for green building.

Special Thanks to NFPAtoday.com and the Fire Protection Research Foundation for the article, The Next Five Years in Fire and Electrical Safety: Emerging Trends in Green Building.

Prevent Seasonal Electrical Fires

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares essential electrical safety tips for fire prevention concerning danger signs, such as warm outlets or overloaded wires, in the home as well as use of extension cords in association with decorating for the holidays. Stay Electrically Safe as a homeowner this holiday season and beyond!

Special Thanks to Digitaljournal.com, Forest Agency and ESFI for the article, Forest Agency shares safety tips with Illinois Homeowners to Help Prevent Electrical Fires this season.

 

Seasonal Safety Tips

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these seasonal electrical safety tips for folks who own summer cottages and want to take appropriate steps to ensure the safety of these summer places from possible electrical fires or damage to appliances and power lines. Whether you choose to leave the power on or power down, Stay Electrically Safe as a seasonal  business and homeowner.

Special Thanks to DigitalJournal.com,  Cananda News Wire and to ESA of Ontario for the article, Close Up the Cottage Safely This Weekend!

Prevent Electrical Emergencies

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these vitally important electrical safety tips to help prevent shock, fires and fatalities with a focus on power lines, interior water issues and appliances. Stay Electrically Safe in your home!

Special Thanks to Gary Houston Electric.com for the article, Four Tips to Protect Your Family from an Electrical Emergency.

Don’t Be Complacent about Your Electrical Safety!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrically-related statistics showing the persistence of fatalities regarding contact with overhead power lines as well as indoor related electrical safety issues. Whether you’re working outside to trim trees or cooking on the stove, Stay Electrically Safe!

Special Thanks to ebmag.com (Electrical Business) and Electrical Safety Authority of Ontario (ESA) for this article, Overhead powerline contact still a major killer of Ontarians.

No Fires in the Kitchen, Please!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares some vitally important tips and statistics concerning home-based electrical fires with a focus on cooking on an electrical stove top and using cooking equipment. When left too long, fires can erupt, causing injury and fatality. Stay Electrically Safe in your kitchen!

Special Thanks to Digitaljournal.com, Canada News Wire and to Electrical Safety Authority of Canada for the article, Electrical Safety Authority reminds everyone to “look while you cook” to prevent kitchen fires.