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Safe Electricity-Safety Resources

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September Is National Preparedness Month

Be prepared for severe storms by creating an emergency preparedness kit. The kit should include food, water, clothes, first-aid, flashlights, extra batteries, and more.

Learn more about storm preparedness

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Remember Safety for Harvest Season

Harvest is a busy time of year, and it is important to look up and look out for overhead power lines. Keep yourself and equipment at least 10 feet away from power lines in all directions, at all times.

Get more farm safety tips

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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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