Electrical Safety: College Student Tips for Fire Prevention

Electrical Safety: College Student Tips for Fire Prevention

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on college students and their dorm room safety to help prevent fires and how to protect themselves in case of fire. 

Tips include smoke alarm importance as well as readiness for escape in case of fire and the best action to take for prevention. 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a college student in your dorm room to help prevent fires and save lives!

Special Thanks to OttawaCitizen.com, to Blair Crawford and to Gwen Lewis, Assistant Division Chief of the Ottawa Fire Service, for the article Fire Safety: What Students should know. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention for the College-Bound

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention for the College-Bound

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on the College-bound and how students can keep themselves safe and prevent fires in their dorms and beyond. 

Tips include the importance of smoke alarms, how to heat your dorm safely, proper usage of outlets, cords and space heaters, plus awareness of how you’re using electricity to prevent fires every day. 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your College dorm room and beyond! 

Special Thanks to Ironmountaindailynews.com, to The Daily News, and to Michigan Fire Marshall, Kevin Sehlmeyer for the article, Students should be aware of fire safety at college. 

Electrical Safety: College Student Tips to Prevent Fires

Electrical Safety: College Student Tips to Prevent Fires

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on college students and how they can protect themselves by eliminating fire hazards in their dorms. 

Tips include the importance of smoke alarms, a list of electrical hazards that can start fires, proper usage of space heaters, microwaves, outlets and extension cords. Awareness of what they’re using and how they’re using it is KEY to safety and fire prevention. 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a college student and help prevent fires! 

Special Thanks to WILX.com, to WILX10, to State Fire Marshall, Kevin Sehlmeyer for Lansing Michigan and to LARA (Licensing and regulatory affairs) in Lansing, Michigan, for the article, State Fire Marshall urges fire safety for college students. 

Electrical Safety: Back to School Tips

Electrical Safety: Back to School Tips

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on Back to School and how your students can be safe both in the dorm, in the home and outdoors to and from school. Tips include electrical outlet safety, extension cord safety, dorm room safety, and power line safety, whether walking or driving. Take care to promote electrical hazard prevention with your kids to help keep them safe this school year. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as your kids go back to school! 

Special Thanks to Claremoreprogress.com and to Grand River Dam Authority for the article, Back to School with Electric Safety. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Facts for Students

Electrical Safety: Fire Facts for Students

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on students and the possibility of preventing fires in their dorms and how they can protect themselves in the face of fire. Tips include facts about fires and how to respond if there is a fire in their space, proper usage of outlets and electrical cords, the importance of smoke alarms plus cooking tips and other directives for keeping student’s dorm safe and free of fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, Students! 

Special Thanks to Orangetownnews.com, to Orange Town News, and to Orange Fire Marshall’s Office for the article, September is “Campus Fire Safety Month.” 

 

Electrical Safety: Student Savvy at Home and on Campus

Electrical Safety: Student Savvy at Home and on Campus

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on students going back to school and how they can protect themselves from electric shock both on campus and at home. Tips include safety with electrical outlets, the protection of GFCIs, proper usage of power strips, cell phones, and extension cords as well as outdoor safety around swimming pools and power lines and where NOT to play to prevent electrical shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, kids, and listen to your parent’s warnings about electrical hazards! 

Special Thanks to WHIO.com and to Dayton Power and Light Company for the article, Talk Safety to Your Kids as They Head Back to School. 

Electrical Safety: On and Off Campus Cautions

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Electrical Safety: On and Off Campus Cautions

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with a special focus on fire prevention for college students both on and off campus. Included are electrical fire statistics for both on and off campus and electrical safety tips that include proper cooking procedures, proper use of electrical components such as extension cords, outlets and appliances, plus cautions about ways fires can start and how you can prepare yourself to respond in case of fire. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a college student no matter where you live!

Special Thanks to TheWesterlySun.com and to Jane Perkins, Fire Safety Specialist of Rhode Island Firefighters League and Captain of Watch Hill Fire Department, for the article, Ask a Firefighter: College presents particular fire hazards. 

Electrical Safety: Off Campus Fire Tips

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Electrical Safety: Off Campus Fire Tips

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical and fire safety tips with a special focus on students who are off-campus with their housing and the essentials for staying safe in case of fire. Tips include statistics of fire events with college students in off-campus housing. Also included are tips for working smoke alarms, questions to ask about inspections of the home’s systems, and having a fire escape plan so your student is prepared in case of fire, with steps to take in you are dealing with a fire in your housing. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a student in off-campus housing and as a parent to that student! 

Special Thanks to AmericanAlarm.com and to the American Alarm Blogging Team for the article and video, Off Campus Fire Safety Tips. 

Electrical Safety: Dorm Do’s and Don’ts

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Electrical Safety: Dorm Do’s and Don’ts

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on the Dorm Room and your student heading back to school with safety in mind. Tips include proper purchase of electrical appliances and proper use of extension cords, power strips and outlets to help prevent overload that can lead to electrical fires. Also mentioned are questions that can be asked at the college to help bring awareness to the rules and functions of fire safety in the dorm room to help keep everyone safe. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a student and as parents of those students to help prevent electrical shock and fires!

Special Thanks to Safe Electricity.org for the article, Dorm Safety. 

Electrical Safety: Student Tips for Protection

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Electrical Safety: Student Tips for Protection

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with a special focus on protection for our students as they head back to school! Tips include extension cords safety and proper usage to avoid electrical shock and electrical fires. Also included are cautions with outlets to help prevent electrical shock. Also mentioned are tips for outdoor electrical safety around power stations and with downed power lines so as to prevent electrical shock and event fatalities! A Safety message for our students and their parents to help prevent electrical shock and electrical fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as you head back to school, students! 

Special Thanks to GRDA.com and to Grand River Dam Authority for the article, Back to School with Electrical Safety.