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Use Backup Power Safely When used properly, portable and standby generators are a great option to provide backup power during brownouts or blackouts. Learn how to use generators...
Protect Your Home From Brownouts Brownouts are an intentional or unintentional drop in voltage from utilities or other power sources that can cause damage to...
Protect Your Home When the Power Goes Out Power outages can lead to more than just your lights going out. Forcing sensitive electronics to shut...
You do not have to touch a power line to be in danger. High-voltage electricity can jump to anyone who gets too close. Stay at...
As temperatures drop and winter storms blow through, make sure you are aware of your surroundings whenever venturing outside. Heavy winds, snowfall, and ice are...
Overhead power lines cause 40% of all electrically related fatalities, in the workplace. A majority of these accidents occur with workers that have little to...
What to do if You Crash Into a Utility Pole If you’re ever in an accident that involves a utility pole and a downed power...
Spanish video Electricity drives the modern world and we often take it for granted. And if a natural disaster occurs, there are a few things...
Spanish video While we can’t prevent natural disasters from impacting our communities, we can ensure our businesses are electrically safe before and after a storm....
While we can’t prevent natural disasters, we can ensure our businesses are electrically safe before and after the storm. Practicing electrical safety and being prepared...
Downed power lines can be deadly. ALWAYS assume a downed power line is live and avoid going near it or anything in contact with it....
The Atlantic hurricane season is June to November, with the peak season from mid-August to late October. On average there are 6 hurricanes, three of...