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Safe Electricity-Safety Resources

ESD

National Safe Boating Week

Help prevent electric shock drowning this boating season.  Boats and docks should be inspected at least once a year for safety.  All electrical maintenance should be performed by a certified electrician.

Find out more, watch Lucas’ story

diy

May Is National Electrical Safety Month

Make safety a priority when doing home improvement and projects. Always be aware of overhead power lines, especially when using long tools such as ladders, pruning poles, and pool skimmers.

Get more electrical safety tips

storms

Be Aware of Downed Power Lines 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


 

"The Safe Electricity editorial calendar, along with their suggested articles and news releases, are valuable tools that I follow to create short, informative sidebars for our website. I change them out each month according to the month and time of year. In addition, I plan to incorporate their suggested social media posts when we go live on our FaceBook page in the fall."

-Tracy Butschek, Fayette Electric Cooperative, TX





 

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