Tips include the distance to keep from a power line, what not to do with a power line when it is down, and other steps you can take to prevent electrical shock from power line hazards.
When you are on the job, take special care to follow proper procedure to avoid electrical shock hazards. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to Safetyandhealthmagazine.com, Safety and Health Magazine, National Safety Council and to Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) for the article, Be Careful Around Power Lines.
Tips include generator safety, types of generators, how to avoid electrical hazards both for the homeowner and the electrical lineman, and the proper procedure with using generators for powering appliances.
Take care with your generator usage and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to TheDailyWorld.com, The Daily World and to Dave Murnen and Pat Beauty, Construction specialists at NeighborParks of Grays Harber County for the article, Use Generators Carefully, for safety’s sake and your own.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on how to prevent fires in the home, what the main causes are, and how you can protect yourself from home fires.
Tips include smoke alarm maintenance and placement, the importance of AFCIs, and what to do in the event of a fire.
Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner to help prevent fires!
Special Thanks to NFPA and ESFI for the video, Look, Listen and Learn-Be aware. Fire Can Happen Anywhere.
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 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 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.