Safety Tips

             ·          Never play with electrical cords, wires, switches, or plugs.

·        Never use a hair dryer or play an electrical radio or television near a bathtub or sink.

·        Before you climb a tree, look up. If a power line is nearby or touching, stay away from the tree.

·        Never touch anything that runs on electricity when your hands are wet.

·        Fly kites and model airplanes in a wide open field or park—never near overhead electrical wires.

·        Never climb utility poles or electrical towers.

·        Stay away from substations and transformers .

·        Do not play with energy meters at your premises.

·        Do not stick fingers or any other objects into light sockets appliances or electrical outlets.

·        Do not overload outlets with too many plugs.

·        Do not pull on cords to unplug appliances. Hold on to the plug itself.

·        If you ever find that a power line has fallen. STAY AWAY FROM IT and  report it immediately to an adult. And hopefully they will take the proper measures to have  removed.

·        Do not climb power poles or trees close to power lines.

·        Do not touch or go near electrical equipment. Stay away from anything marked "Danger", "High Voltage" or "Keep Out".