Tips include safety with work equipment around power lines and what to do if you need assistance with a power line.
Proceed with care and caution when out in the field so you can Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to CovingtonJournal.com, to Covington Journal, to Safe Electricity, to Molly Hall, Executive Director of the Energy Eduction Council and the Safe Electricity Program and to US Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics for the article, Farmers: Increase Your Safety Yield During Harvest.
If you have a home or business in need of electrical repair or service in the Collin County area of North Texas, give us a call at 214. 697.3134 to schedule your appointment with Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC. We look forward to doing business with you! You’re also welcome to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter where we share electrical safety tips to help you Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Tips include how to avoid power lines to avoid electrical shock whether they’re up or down and what to do if something gets stuck in a power line.
Always be aware of power lines when you are outdoors; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to Cuivre.com and to Cuivre River Electric Co-operative, Inc for the article, Look Up and Live.
If you have a home or business in need of electrical service or repair in the Collin County area of North Texas, do give us a call at 214.697.3134 to schedule an appointment! We look forward to doing business with you! You’re also welcome to like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter.
Tips include power line safety such as the proper distance for tree cutting, plus what to avoid to prevent accidents with tree felling and what to do when encountering a downed power line.
Being prepared and aware can make all the difference in your safety outdoors; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!
Special Thanks to Pacific Gas & Electric Company, to Lake County News, and to Carl Schoenhofer, Senior Manager for PG&E, Humbolt and North Valley Divisions for the article, PG&E reminds loggers to look up and practice safe tree felling.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical safety and shock prevention word from ESFI.org to help you stay safe in the outdoors with the encouragement for safety around power lines. Whether working outdoors or encountering power lines when they’re down, Stay Electrically Safe and Smart this summer!
Special Thanks to ESFI.org for this video, Home Electrical Safety-Always Look Up, All Ways.
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.
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.