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!
When planning home improvement projects, do you know when to DIY and when to hire a professional? Southeastern Indiana REMC offers the following tips to help keep you safe.
In a hurry to get somewhere? So are our first responders. Please slow down and move over for emergency and utility crews – let’s all get home safe.
Enjoy fun in the sun this summer, but remember, water and electricity don’t mix! If you are unsure about the outlets in your home or have further questions about electrical conductivity, contact Southeastern Indiana REMC.
As summer approaches, outdoor parties begin! Keep those shiny balloons tethered and away from power lines.