Electrical Safety: Keep Your Season Bright without Hazards

Electrical Safety: Keep Your Season Bright without Hazards

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on holiday decorating and winter hazards you can avoid. 

Tips include extension cords safety, space heater safety and the importance and protection of ground fault circuit interruptors (GFCIs) and how to test them to be sure they are still protecting you. 

Take care to avoid electrical hazards in your home during the holiday season and make your season bright by Staying Electrically Safe and Smart! 

Special Thanks to Windsorstar.com, to Windsor Star, to Myke Thomas, to  Canada Safety Council and to Danatec for the article, Lighting Safety is a bright idea. 

Electrical Safety: Don’t Let Your Holiday Be at Risk for Fire!

Electrical Safety: Don’t Let Your Holiday Be at Risk for Fire!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on holiday decorating and how to prevent fire hazards in your home. 

Tips include proper purchase, usage and maintenance of holiday lights, extension cords and how to prevent outlet overload. Also shared is the importance of ground fault circuit interruptors (GFCIs) and how they can protect you and your home. 

Stay aware and follow safe procedures as you decorate your home for the holidays and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart! 

Special Thanks to Halifaxtoday.ca, to News 95.7, to Matt Brand of Canada Safety Council and to Danielle McCreadie for the article, Fire Safety Tips for the Holidays. 

Electrical Safety: Lessons on Avoiding Light Hazards

Electrical Safety: Lessons on Avoiding Light Hazards

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on holiday lighting and other seasonal safety issues to avoid. 

Tips include proper use and maintenance of extension cords, tips for outdoor lighting for decorating for the holidays, proper space heater usage and the importance and protection of GFCIs (ground fault circuit interrupters). 

Taking the time to educate yourself on electrical safety can help you prevent hazards from occurring in your home, especially during the holiday season. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart! 

Special Thanks to Quesnelobserver.com, to Quesnel Cariboo Observer, to Canada Safety Council, and to Danatec for the article, Bright ideas for home lighting during National Home Fire Safety Week. 

Electrical Safety: Avoiding Fire Hazards When Holiday Decorating

Electrical Safety: Avoiding Fire Hazards When Holiday Decorating

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on holiday decorating and how you can prevent fires in your home. 

Tips include proper purchase, usage and placement of fresh Christmas trees, extension cords and space heaters to help prevent electrical fires in your home. 

Take care when you decorate for the holidays and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart all winter long!

Special Thanks to Greensburgdailynews.com, to Greensburg Daily News, to Joshua Heath   for Daily News, to Greensburg Fire Department, to Assistant Chief of Greensburg Fire Department, Bryan Wenning, and to Electrical Safety Foundation International (EFSI) for the article, Decorating Safely for the Holidays. 

Electrical Safety: Holiday Decorating Hazards to Avoid

Electrical Safety: Holiday Decorating Hazards to Avoid

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on holiday decorating to help you prevent getting electrically shocked!

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.

Electrical Safety: Power Line Hazards and Harvest Time

Electrical Safety: Power Line Hazards and Harvest Time

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on farming during harvest time and how to protect yourself at work. 

Tips include proper procedures in the farming field to avoid contact with power lines, especially when using heavy equipment and what to do if you do come in contact with a power line. 

Awareness is key to protecting yourself from shock and eliminating the potential for electrical hazards. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when out in the working field. 

Special Thanks to Echopress.com, Echo Press and to Otter Tale Power Company for the article, ‘Remember to Look Up’: Power company offers safety tips. 

Electrical Safety: For Your Work Space Comfort

Electrical Safety: For Your Work Space Comfort

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on work safety and being comfortable using space heaters in the winter months and how to protect yourself from harm. 

Tips include proper space heater usage including what to purchase, where to put it and what NOT to do with a space heater to prevent fire and injury. 

Always be aware of what you install in your work space and be sure you follow the rules, both for personal and work safety. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart where you work! 

Special Thanks to Safetyandhealthmagazine.com, to Tracy Haas Depa, and to Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) for the article, Safe guidelines for use: Space heaters. 

Electrical Safety: Storm Aftermath and Protecting Your Self

Electrical Safety: Storm Aftermath and Protecting Your Self

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on the storm’s aftermath and how you can protect your self both indoors and outdoors. 

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. 

Electrical Safety: When the Harvest Happens

Electrical Safety: When the Harvest Happens

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on working out in the field on the farm and what you can do to protect yourself as you work. 

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. 

Electrical Safety: Autumn Activity Awareness

Electrical Safety: Autumn Activity Awareness

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on outdoor activities around the house and how you can stay safe and prevent accidents, injury or even death. 

Tips include Tree trimming safety, the importance of GFCIs (ground fault circuit interruptor), as well as power line cautions to prevent electric shock. 

Awareness of your surroundings is KEY to your safety; take heed and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when working around your home. 

Special Thanks to KTVZ.com, to NewsChannel21, to Pacific Power and to Steve Harkin, Safety Director of Pacific Power for the article, Pacific Power offers tips for safe yard work this fall.