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Safe Electricity-Safety Resources

Safety

May Is National Electrical Safety Month

Take the time to ensure your home is safe from electrical hazards. Check cords, plugs, and outlets in your home to make sure they are not frayed, cracked, damaged, or loose.

Learn more about home electrical safety

farm

Look Up and Look Out for Power Lines

While in the fields for planting season, remember to be aware of overhead power lines. If your equipment comes into contact with power lines, stay in the cab, call the electric utility, and warn others to stay away.

Get more farm safety tips

TLC

Don’t Get Caught in a Storm

When Steve, his sons, and a friend went to the pool one summer day, they didn’t realize they would be caught in a storm.  Learn how to stay safe.

Watch their story


 

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