Electrical Safety: A Firefighter Focus!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical and fire safety word/song with a focus on firefighters and how they are helpers that keep us safe, whether at home, school, or in the neighborhood. In this video, the parts of the firefighter’s uniform, how they check to be sure they have everything they need both on themselves and on the firetruck. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart and Fire free!

Special Thanks to NFPA, to WeAreTeachers and to the firefighters and band for the video, NFPA Firefighters on their way. 

Electrical Safety: Autumn Awareness

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Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with a special focus on the autumn season and the associated hazards to be aware of to keep you electrically safe and free of electric shock. Included are tips with seasonal power tools and proper maintenance, storage of electrical items, hazards connected with wet weather, and outdoor maintenance of electrical items, as well as autumn decorating tips to keep you safe and enjoying the season. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with all of your autumn activities!

Special Thanks to ClareMoreProgress.com, to Grand River Dam Authority, and to ESFI for the article, Power for Progress: Electric Safety Tips for the fall season. 

Electrical Safety: Halloween Tips for Fire Prevention

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical and fire safety tips with a focus on Halloween and the possible hazards associated with fire-starters, costumes and home hazards should a fire occur. Included are ways to keep children safe while they are out trick or treating, going to parties at another house, and being careful around decorations. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart this Halloween!

Special Thanks to NFPA for the video, Halloween Safety Tips for Children. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Focus

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical and fire safety message especially for kids who may find themselves in a fire and need to put it out–on themselves! Stop, Drop and Roll, Cool and Call is the message they can learn to keep themselves safe and deal with a fire appropriately. Also included are what not to do with things that burn to help prevent fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, Kids, and stay away from things that burn so you can prevent fires!

Special Thanks to AniMotion, Inc, to eMediaWorks, and to Burn Prevention Network for the video, Stop, Drop and Roll. 

Electrical Safety: Power Tool Pointers

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with a focus on the proper usage and maintenance of power tools in the workplace. Included are tips with proper grounded plugs, use of power saws, and being especially cautious when using power tools in wet areas to help avoid electrical shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your work environment!

Special Thanks to CIRSA’s Safety Channel and the video, Electrical Safety. 

Electrical Safety: Ladders and Power Lines

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical safety word of warning concerning the hazards of ladder use around power lines. This brief video shows the importance of planning ahead so you can avoid contact with power lines, especially with an aluminum or wooden ladder, both of which can conduct electricity making you the ground. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner when using your ladder for jobs around the outside of your home!

Special Thanks to Safe Electricity for the video, Look Up, Live PSA. 

Electrical Safety: Kid’s Tips for Fire Prevention and Safety

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical and fire safety message especially for kids which focuses on the importance of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, how to be prepared in a fire event, how to deal with smoke and fire on your person, and the different parts to a fireman’s uniform and what the pieces are for. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, kids, so you can help prevent fires and maybe even safe a life!

Special Thanks to Teen to Teen Theatre and Video for the video, Fire Safety: What Every Child Should Know. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Hazard Potential!

Fire Hazard with Loose Connection in Outlet

Fire Hazard with Loose Connection in Outlet

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical and general safety tips with a focus on helping you prevent potential fire hazards in your home. Included are tips and warnings for misuse of electrical blankets and extension cords, the problem with faulty appliances, and doing electrical DIY projects without a qualified, licensed electrician. These hazards can be prevented by taking action to resolve issues before they can wreak fire havoc. When we take proper precautions to ensure that our homes are electrically safe, we can save a life–including our own! Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner to help prevent fires!

Special Thanks to BobVilla.com for the article, 14 Bad Habits That Could Burn Down Your House. 

Electrical Safety: Halloween Tips for Parents

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Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with a special focus on Halloween decorating and staying safe and free of electric shock and other electrical hazards. Included are the advantages of Tamper Resistant Receptacles, the importance of proper purchase and maintenance of electric based decorations and the importance and protection of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) for areas in your home where water is present. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as you decorate for Halloween–which can be a real treat!

Special Thanks to ESFI for the article and PDF, Halloween Safety. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention for Kids

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical and fire safety tips directly from a Fireman to teach kids how to stay safe in fire events and how to prevent fires to begin with. Included are tips on stay safe in the kitchen when cooking is going on, safety with matches to help prevent fires and the importance of smoke alarms and fire safety plan. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, kids, and parents to help prevent fires!

Special Thanks to Novus Security for the video, Fire Safety for Children: The Friendly Fireman.