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Before starting any project, always look up to make sure you’re aware of any overhead power lines. Whether you’re working on the roof, trimming trees,...
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...
Before starting any project, always look up to make sure you’re aware of any overhead power lines.  Whether you’re working on the roof, trimming trees,...
Before starting any project, be alert of where the power lines are located and know where they are hanging. Whether you’re working on the roof,...
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....
In 2016, 53% of all fatal electrical injuries occurred in the Construction industry. The Construction industry remained the leading source of fatal electrical injuries with...
Localiza las líneas eléctricas aéreas Manténgase a usted y a su equipo a 3 metros (10 pies) de distancia de todas las líneas eléctricas aéreas...
With the severe weather characteristic of winter comes the threat of electrical hazards caused by downed power lines, power outages, and coastal flooding. ESFI is...
Contact with overhead power lines is the leading cause of electrical fatalities for agricultural workers. Of the 1,001 reported power line contact incidents from 2003-2009,...
Contact with overhead power lines is the leading cause of electrical fatalities for agricultural workers. Of the 1,001 reported power line contact incidents from 2003-2009,...