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Safe Electricity-Safety Resources

storm

Stay Safe after a Storm Has Passed

Severe storms can be dangerous even after they have passed. Stay away from downed power lines. Power lines do not have to be arcing or sparking to be energized with electricity.

Be ready for dangers after a storm

flood

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

power lines

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


 

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