Tips include safety around power lines, trees, in the bathroom, and around substations.
Keep your child safe this summer and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart yourself!
Special Thanks to Columbian.com, The Columbian, ESFI, Clark Public Utilities and to Tommy Jensen, Clark Public Utilities Safety and Environmental Manager for the article, Energy Advisor: Teach Kids Electrical Safety.
Tips include power line safety outdoors, ladder safety, digging safety and power line safety on the job.
Being aware of where power lines are around your home and on the job is critical to your safety; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to Newswire.ca, Cision, Electrical Safety Authority and to Dr. Joel Moody, Chief Public Safety Officer of ESA for the article, Powerline Contact continues to be unforgiving – Power line Safety Week starts May 13 with Ontario-wide Education Campaign.
Tips include generator safety and usage, GFCI protection, power line safety and flooding safety.
It pays to be prepared with severe weather; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to PositivelyOsceola.com, Positively Osceola, Kissimmee News, Osceola News and to Kissimmee Utility Authority for the article, During National Electrical Safety Month, KUA offers important electrical tips in preparation for severe weather.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on storms and the disasters they can cause and how you can protect yourself before, during and after.
Tips include how to prepare for flooding and electrical surges as well as stay electrically safe when power lines are down. Also mentioned are how to proceed when your home and electrical goods have been damaged in the storm.
Always proceed with caution to Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to ESFI (Electrical Safety Foundation International) for the video, ESFI Consumer Electrical Safety During Disasters.
Tips include what to do if your home floods, appliance safety, and how to proceed with utilities when your home has been damaged.
Always proceed with caution when it comes to dealing with water and electricity. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to Newswire.ca, Cision News and to Electrical Safety Authority for the article, Flooding in Bracebridge and heavy rain forecast across Ontario increased risk of flooding: Water and electricity are a lethal mix.
Tips include how to proceed with outdoor projects so you don’t put yourself in danger and what types of projects are common in the spring.
It’s most important to proceed with caution with any outdoor project; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to KTVZ.com, to KTVZ.com new sources, to Pacific Power, and to Pacific Pwer Director of Safety and Training, Steven Harkin for the article, Pacific Power Spring Advice: Know What’s Below Before You Hoe.