Tips include what types of holiday lights to buy, how to install, ladder safety, and how to avoid overload. Also mentioned is proper maintenance of holiday lights and what to do to avoid electrical shock.
Take care when you decorate this holiday season keeping Safety in mind; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart and enJOY your holiday!
Special Thanks to KTUL.com, to Ashley Ellis and to National Fire Prevention Association for the article, National Fire Prevention Association releases safety tips for holiday decorating.
Tips include specific fire prevention approaches for your home, including ways to avoid cooking fires, the importance of smoke alarms, and when it’s time to upgrade your electrical system in your home.
Take care this holiday season to help avoid fires and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as you celebrate!
Special Thanks to Waxahaachietx.com, to Networx, to Laura Irstz of More Content Now and to National Fire Protection Association for the article, Networx: House Fire Safety.
Tips include how to avoid cooking fires, proper space heater usage, and how to avoid holiday hazards that can lead to fire.
Being fully present and aware of what you are doing in your home when you are using electrical components can really help toward avoiding electrical hazards that lead to fire. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your home and help prevent fires!
Special Thanks to Macon.com, to Michael W Pannell, Sun News Correspondent and to Perry Fire Department Battalion Chief/Fire Marshall, Michael Paull for the article, Do You know what causes most midstate fires? It’s something you most likely do every day.
Tips include proper usage of space heaters to help avoid electrical and combustible fire as well as how to respond in case of fire so you can be safe and protect yourself.
Take action today to help avoid electrical fires and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to KVIA.com, ABC7, Christina Aguayo, El Paso Fire Department, and Wyatt Jerome Schmidt, Fire Suppression Technician, for the article, Look, Listen and Learn: EPFD provides fires after tips during fire prevention week.
Tips include what to do with electrical appliances or devices when wet from flooding after the storm. Also, how to stay safe with power line dangers and how to avoid harm. Awareness is key when looking to avoid electrical hazards, especially after severe weather.
Stay Electrically Safe and Smart after the storm!
Special Thanks to PNJ.com, to the CDC, to Pensacola News Journal, and to Tallahassee Democrat, for the article, Hurricane Michael: Staying Safe After the Storm.
Tips include proper usage of power strips to help prevent overload, proper usage of space heaters, and wiring issues you may have that can cause fires. Prevention of fire could save a life, so be sure you correct issues that may cause fire in your home.
Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your home’s electrical components and systems to help prevent fires!
Special Thanks to market.businessinsider.com, to Markets Insider, to Technical Safety BC and to PR Newswire for the article, Do you have these 3 common causes of electrical fire in your home?
Tips include power line safety, proper use of field equipment to avoid contact with power lines and what to do to exit from equipment if you come in contact with a power line while out in the field.
Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when working on the farm to help prevent accidents, injury or even death from electric shock!
Special Thanks to OHSonline.com, to OHS (Occupational Health and Safety), to Nebraska Public Power District and to Art Wiese, Transmission and Distribution Manager, for the article, Electrical Safety Reminder Issued for Harvest Season.