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Accidents are preventable and we are committed to ensuring zero harm reaches our communities. Our families need reliable energy. We achieve it by putting safety first.
Our work to keep your family safe is all-season, and all around the clock. But storm season brings extra dangers that everyone should take care to avoid. Knowing what to do and when to do it can save your life and the lives of those you love.
Being prepared ahead of the storm is the first step to keeping your home and family safe. Gather an emergency outage kit that includes:
*Caution: Some portable heaters can cause fires or other safety hazards when not used as specified by the manufacturer. Be sure to review the safety specifications of your specific model before using it during an outage.
When the rain or snow is falling and the wind is howling, we might lose power in our homes. If a storm knocks out electricity, here are a few tips to stay safe:
Stay alert for hazards after the storm passes. When it’s safe, assess damage around your home. Always remember this life-saving rule: Keep you and your loved ones away from standing water near wires and appliances. And remember to stay away from downed power lines.
Depending on where you find damage, you may need to make several calls.
What to do and what not to do if you see a downed power line.
Whether digging, trimming trees or using generators, keep you and your family safe around the house.
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