Georgia Power Introduces New Electric Safety PSA

Georgia Power Introduces New Electric Safety PSA

Georgia Power is introducing a new PSA for National Electric Safety Month that will air as part of the GAB's PEP program. The Public Service Announcement highlights common household electric safety tips. You can access the company's official press release HERE Join the conversation and promote the worthy cause on social media by using #NationalElectricSafetyMonth.  Here are a few Electrical Safety Month Tips from Georgia Power:
  • Consider the Cord – Don’t place appliance cords where they will come into contact with stoves or other heated surfaces, over countertops or areas where they could be pulled. Look for frayed appliance cords, inspect them regularly and never substitute an extension cord for permanent wiring.
  • Look for the Ladder – Exercise caution when using ladders around the house, painting, pruning or cleaning near a service drop as all ladders can conduct electricity.
  • Watch for Wires – Keep balloons, kites, fishing lines, aluminum poles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones) away from overhead lines every day and as line crews work in the field.
  • Proper Poolside Prep – Don’t use electrical appliances near pools and never route extension cords around pools.
  • Focus on Fire Prevention – Avoid storing combustibles such as paint, cardboard, sawdust and flammable liquids near electrical equipment or fuse boxes.

Take a look at the new PSA's

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