Electrical Safety: Preparation for a Hurricane

 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips for hurricane preparation so you’re not caught unawares and left vulnerable to electrical shock that can occur as a result of the storm’s aftermath. Included are tips for the proper handling of electrical goods, including electrical appliances. Also mentioned is the proper use of generators and what to do in the case of downed power lines to help prevent dangerous conditions, including electrical shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner when a hurricane is imminent!

Special Thanks to Hawaii247.com and to Hawaiian Electric Companies for the article, Hawaiian Electric Companies Prepare for Hurricane Ignacio. 

Electrical Safety: Your Personal Work Safety is Key!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electric shock survivor story featuring a work-related safety situation. The emphasis in this story is personal safety at work as well as how an injury can affect relationships. Take extra care to put your personal safety as priority no matter where you work so you can avoid electrical shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart at your work! 

Special Thanks to EBMag for the video, “I Didn’t Want to Die!”  Story of Paul Hebert. 

Electrical Safety: Proper Space Heater Use


Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares a warning word about the proper use of space heaters and the potential for fires when not used properly. This survivor story helps show the importance of knowing how to use space heaters, where to place them and how to be quick thinking when a fire starts. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner when using space heaters or any electrical appliance!

Special Thanks to Fox Beaumont for the video, Space Heater Fire Survivor Shares Message. 

Electrical Safety: Be Aware of Your Surroundings!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical shock survivor’s story with a focus on work safety and being mindful of your surroundings in order to protect yourself and prevent electrical shock, especially when power lines are present. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when you’re at work; it could save your life! 

Special Thanks to SafeElectricity.org and to Colorado Country Life for the video, This is Gary’s Story. 

Electrical Safety: Power On and Power Off

 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with a focus on Power, whether you’re activally using it near water or when the power is off due to downed power lines. Included are tips for prevention of electrical shock, especially when using appliances. Also mentioned are the proper use of outlets and electrical equipment as well as how to deal with power lines when they are down when outdoors to help prevent electric shock. It’s important to be aware of your electrical usage and when there is the possible of electrical hazards due to proximity of water or when power line damage is done. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart whether indoors or outdoors, when the power is off and on! 

Special Thanks to Los Angeles Department of Water and Power for the article, Electrical Safety. 

Electrical Safety: For College Students

 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips for college students especially in their dorm rooms so they know what could potentially be an electrical hazard and to avoid certain issues with electrical equipment. Included are tips concerning the proper use and placement of extension cords, power strips, appliances and electronics, all with the purpose of preventing electrical shock and electrical fires. Be sure your college student is ready and in full knowledge of what is electrically safe so they are ready for college and can eliminate hazards before they start! 

Special Thanks to SafeElectricity.org for the article, Teach Students About Electrical Safety Before They Head to College. 

Electrical Safety: Hazards in Your Home

 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares some in-house dangers for children, including electrical outlets that are unprotected. Included are words of advice for protecting your children from electrical shock and statistics of emergency visits as a result of accidents that take place with children in the home. Recommendations are made for how you can upgrade your outlets to help keep your kids safe. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a parent and homeowner!

Special Thanks to GoodHousekeeping.com and to Jennifer O’Neil for the article, 11 Deadly Risks Lurking in Your House. 

Electrical Safety: Hazards Post-Storm

 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with a focus on the time after a storm has passed, which includes the electrical hazards that are present with the issue of power line damage and the possibility of electrical shock. Included are tips to keep yourself safe from electric shock from power lines, dealing with electricity or electrical damage to your home and the dangers of water and electricity together. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner once the storm has passed!

Special Thanks to SafeElectricity.org for the article, Know How to Stay Safe After Storms. 

Electrical Safety: Outdoors and Power Line Hazards

 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrically dangerous incident involving a hot air balloon and power lines with resulted in serious injuries and electrical burns to those inside the balloon. Accidents sometimes happen; that’s why electrical safety is critical when you are outdoors and steering clear of power lines is absolutely essential to your safety. Do all you can to avoid any contact with power lines, no matter what activity you are engaging in and always be aware of your surroundings so you know when you may be close to the danger zone and can steer clear of the possibility of contact with electricity. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in the outdoors! 

Special Thanks to ABC7Chicago.com and to ABC7 Eyewitness News for the article and video, 3 Hurt When Hot Air Balloon Falls on Electrical Wires in Pennsylvania. 

Electrical Safety: Dangers with Outdated Electrical Systems

 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety information about your home electrical system especially if your home is older and your electrical system has not been upgraded. Included are the potential dangers associated with older electrical systems and problems that can arise with appliance use and the warning signs that say, get this fixed now, due to the potential for a home fire. Be sure to take action to upgrade what is outdated so you can be electrically safe and not be at risk for a home fire. This can lead to loss of property and even loss of life! Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner! 

Special Thanks to Foxnews.com and to Adam Verwymeren for the article, Home Repair You Must Do Now.