Most of us can ride out a storm from the comfort and convenience of our homes. However, there is a group of professionals that spring into action when the weather takes a turn for the worst – co-op lineworkers.
Holiday lighting season is back. Here are some tips to take your artistic stylings to the next level.
During the holidays, family and friends congregate to celebrate. Everyone gathers in the kitchen to cook favorite recipes, share warm meals and reconnect with each other. Keep your family safe during these joyful times by learning some basic holiday food preparation safety tips before you start cooking. “The United States Fire Administration estimates more than… Continue reading Holiday Food Prep: Ingredients for Safety
Trees and power lines often coexist without problems. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take precautions when planting a tree. Not only do dangers lurk for the person planting the tree, nearby power lines and trees can be harmed as well. Trees growing too close to electrical lines are the primary cause of momentary short… Continue reading Creating an electrical safety plan before you plant a tree
Teenaged drivers are inexperienced drivers. But one thing they should never learn by “experience” is the danger of becoming entangled with a power line. Here are things teens, and all drivers, should know.
Here are some electrical safety lessons you can pass on to your school-age children, no matter their level of education.
When planning outdoor work that requires digging such as planting a tree, putting in a new children’s play set or excavating for construction, visit http://www.811Now.com or call 811 before you dig. Southeastern Indiana REMC is a member of this free statewide service created to reduce damage to underground facilities and promote public safety by lowering… Continue reading Call 811 Before You Dig!