Downed power lines are dangerous.

If you see a downed power line, always assume it is energized. Don't touch the line with your hands or any object. Shuffle slowly away, keeping your feet together and on the ground. Call 911 then call us at 1-888-535-5732 to report it. Keep children and pets away while you wait for help to arrive.

Electrical safety in your home

Keep your family safe from electrical hazards by following these tips. Make sure all powered devices are properly grounded, install safety plugs on unused outlets to protect children, and use extension cords only on a temporary basis.

Safety Tips


Follow proper electrical safety practices in your home to avoid injury or property damage.

By taking the proper safety precautions when working with electricity, you can avoid injury or property damage.

Would you know what to do if your vehicle crashed into an electric utility pole? Watch this quick video for safety tips on what to do and what not to do.

Always assume downed power lines are energized and dangerous.

Portable generators can be a great backup source for power during an extended outage, but keep these safety tips in mind.

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