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Safe Electricity-Safety Resources

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Avoid Electric Hazards Caused by Floods

Never step into a flooded basement or room if water may be in contact with electrical outlets, appliances, or cords. The water could be energized with electricity.

Keep your head above water with electrical safety tips

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Safety Tips for Students and Those Who Transport Them

Students get to school in many ways, and it is important to know what to do if there is an accident with a power pole. If there is, remember to never get out of the vehicle. The power lines may be energized.

Learn more safety tips

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Be Aware of Hazards after Storms

Be alert to the possibility of hidden downed power lines in the aftermath of a storm. Just because a power line is down doesn’t mean it is no longer carrying electricity. It could be electrifying objects around it.

Stay safe after a storm has passed


 

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