Bring Electrical Safety Home
Protect your home and family from electrical hazards and fires.
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Safe work practices are vital to everyone in your business.
Weather the Storm
New and updated storm safety resources to keep homes and businesses safe during severe weather
Elementary Education Resources
Curiosity is a natural part of childhood learning, but it can be extremely dangerous when it comes to electricity.
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According to the National Fire Protection Association, an average of 1,450 fire deaths occur every year in homes with missing or non-functioning smoke alarms.
Use interconnected smoke alarms for additional safety and early warning
Low pitch sound, and vibration smoke alarms are available for those who are hard of hearing
Do not install near windows, doors, or ducts
Never paint smoke alarms