Tips include generator usage and placement, smoke alarm usage, and dealing with wet appliances.
Be prepared and proceed with caution when affected by a hurricane and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to PRNewswire.com, to Cision, to Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and to Ann Marie Buerkle, CPSC Acting Chairman, for the article, Safety in the Storm: CPSC Life-Saving Tips on Surviving the 2019 Hurricane Season.
Tips include power line safety, generator safety, flooding and electrical safety.
When you know what to do ahead of time, you are more apt to Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to Finance.yahoo.com, to Cision, to PR Newswire, to Duke Energy and to Catherine Stempien, Duke Energy Florida State President for the article, Duke Energy urges storm preparedness for 2019 hurricane season.
Tips include specific steps to take on any job to reduce the possibility of injury and/or electric shock including ladder and power line safety.
Always take appropriate action to keep yourself safe on the job and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart wherever you are!
Special Thanks to Safetyandhealthmagazine.com, Safety+Health, to ESFI and to ESFI President, Brett Brenner for the article, Electrical Safety group unveils videos, infographics for workers in non-electrical jobs.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on digging and what you should do before you get started on that outdoor project and protect yourself at the same time.
Tips include what projects require next steps for protection and why it’s so important.
Always proceed with caution before you dig and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to NewsDakota.com, to Warren Abrahamson, to Otter Tail Power Company and to Greg Overland, Safety Services Manager with Otter Tail Power Company, for the article, National Electrical Safety Month, call before you dig.