Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on prevention of fire in the home and what action steps you can take to make fire less likely in your home’s electrical system. Tips include cooking safety, electrical hazards to be aware of, space heater usage, the importance of smoke detectors and how to maintain them, plus more. Being aware of how we use our electrical goods and maintaining them properly can go a long way toward fire prevention. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner to prevent fires!
Special Thanks to TapInto.net, to TapInto Bloomfield Staff and to Acting Fire Official Tom Wilson for the article, Be Fire Smart with These Additional Safety Tips for Fire Prevention Week.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on in-home fires and what issues can directly impact the possibility of fires in the home. Tips include fire statistics in the home, how the issue of electrical overload can contribute to in-home fires and the importance of electrical maintenance of your electrical equipment and systems and how to know when they need repair. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart to help prevent fires in your home!
Special Thanks to Markets.businessinsider.com, to PR Newswire, and to Georgia Power for the article, Georgia Power offers electrical safety tips during National Fire Prevention Week.
Electrical Safety: Focus on Children and Farm Functions
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on the farm and how to keep children and workers protected on the job. Tips include what not to do with kids when doing farming tasks, maintenance and proper usage of power tools, equipment and plugs so as to protect from electrical shock and other hazards. Awareness and cautionary action are key toward prevention of accidents, injuries and even fatalities on the farm. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart on your farm during harvest time!
Special Thanks to Farmanddairy.com and to FSA Andy for the article, Harvest Season Safety Tips.