Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on awareness of using electrical components, and how you can protect yourself from injury or even death. Tips include proper usage of appliances, lawn mowers, garden tools, power tools as well as cautions with tree trimming and safety around the swimming pool and hot tub and near downed power lines. Be super careful and cautious when it comes to using anything electrical. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, both indoors and outdoors!
Special Thanks to BobVila.com and Donna Boyle Schwartz for the article, These Electrical Safety Tips could save your life.
Electrical Safety: Prevent Shock with Farming Equipment
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tipswith a special focus on farming and using equipment around power lines and what you can do to prevent electrical shock. Tips include how to prepare for the day’s work with electrical safety in mind, what distance to keep from power lines with equipment and how to exit safely from equipment if contact is made. Awareness and preparation are KEY to prevent electrical shock when working out in the farming field. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart working on the farm!
Special Thanks to GlobalNewsWire.com, to Energy Education Council, and to Safe Electricity for the article, Farmers Urged to Watch Out for Power Lines, Sew Seeds of Safety This Season.
Electrical Safety: For You and Your Child in the Kitchen
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on the kitchen and how to keep cooking safe for you and your children. Tips include the importance of GFCI protection, small appliance safety, the importance of smoke alarms when cooking, and other tips to help prevent fires and electrical shock. When you instill safety in the kitchen with your kids, it can help build an awareness they can take with them into your kitchen or anyone else’s. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when cooking!
Special Thanks to SouthEastSun.com and to Electrical Safety Foundation International for the article, Twenty Ways to Cook Up Some Safety at Home.
Electrical Safety: Teaching Kids to Avoid Fire Hazards
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tipswith a special focus on children and how we can help prevent fires by what we teach our kids! Tips include safe play and what they should avoid to prevent fires and electrical shock, what they should do if a fire starts and how to escape a fire. Preparation and awareness can make all the difference when it comes to our kid’s safety, so let’s teach them now while we can. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as parents and keep our kids safe!
Special Thanks to TheStandard.com.ph, to Manila Standard Lifestyle and to LPG label Solane for the article, How to teach kids about fire safety.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on severe weather and the electrical hazards associated with downed power lines and what you can do to avoid electric shock. Tips include what to do when power lines are down in your neighborhood after severe weather. Always proceed with caution so you don’t end up walking in and not being able to walk out. Power lines are powerfully dangerous and must be treated as such. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when severe weather hits where you live!
Special Thanks to Kearneyhub.com, to Hub Opinion, to Nebraska Public Power District and to Art Wiese, Director of Delivery of NPPD for the article, Beware Weather, Electrical Dangers.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tipswith a special focus on storms and how to stay safe before, during and after a storm, whether it be typical or severe in nature. Tips include safety with power lines to avoid electrical shock, safety with generators when the power goes out, and safety with appliances in order to avoid shock and handle them post storm. Always proceed with caution when it comes to dealing with anything electrical in association with stormy weather so you can be prepared and prevent accident, injury or even fatality. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner when it’s stormin’ outside!
Special Thanks to RedBluffDailyNews.com, to PG&E and to Pat Hogan, Senior Vice President of Electric Operations for the article, Utility Offers Tips for Storm Safety.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on farming and the electrical hazards you should avoid. Tips include power line safety with machines, power cord safety with proper purchase and usage, safety with using electrical items around water, and ladder safety around power lines. Awareness is key toward staying safe while working the on farm. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart on the job out in the farming field.
Special Thanks to FarmandDairy.com and to Farm and Dairy Staff for the article, Stay Safe Working with Electricity on the Farm.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tipswith a special focus on being spring-time savvy both indoors and outdoors to help prevent electrical accidents and injury. Tips include electrical safety around power lines, when dealing with trees, digging in your yard, proper appliance and power cord safety, outdoor lighting and the importance of smoke alarms. Make this spring the perfect time to get your electrical safety savvy on, enjoy the outdoors knowing you have taken the right steps to prevent unnecessary hazards in and around your home. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to FatCatWebProductions.com, to The Paper, to Entergy Texas, Inc and to Stuart Barrett, Vice President of Energy Texas Customer Service, for the article, Spring Forward Safely. Longer Days, More Time Outdoors Calls for Safety Awareness.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a focus on Ground Fault Circuit Interruptors (GFCIs) and their protection from electrical shock. Explained are the differences between a breaker and an outlet and the benefits they provide to keep you safe and in what context. Also explained are how a GFCI works to protect you and why it’s really important to have them installed in your home. Being aware of how electrical components work and why they should be installed is a great way to be proactive with your own electrical safety. So, Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your home!
Special Thanks to PopularMechanics.com, to Popular Mechanics, and to Roy Berendson for the article, What You Need to Know About GFCI Outlets.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and burn prevention tips with a special focus on proper usage of things that can cause burns when used incorrectly or unsafely. Tips include proper maintenance of electrical cords, the importance of smoke alarms plus burn care if an accident occurs. Taking action to prevent burns whether electrically based or otherwise can help reduce if not eliminate injury. Awareness is key to maintaining a safe home. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart to help prevent burns!
Special Thanks to Newswise.com, to Loyola University Health System, Loyola Medicine, and Anthony Baldea, MC, Director of Loyola’s Burn Center for the article, Loyola Medicine Burn Center Offers Safety Tips for Burn Awareness Week.