For the safety of our electric crews, as well as your own and other motorists, please slow down when you see the warning signs or lights of bucket trucks and lineman in or near roadways. Consider the following tips when you approach such areas:
Carbon monoxide is a silent, odorless gas that gives no warning of its presence. Beware of the signs: nausea, cherry red lips, headaches; get fresh air and seek medical attention.
Ice and snow can build up outside your building and cause damage. Use a broom to keep gas meters and pipes clear during the winter. Also, install protection above your gas meter to prevent ice build up one the meter and metering equipment.
The holidays wouldn’t be the same without the sparkle of lights inside and out. But decking the halls for the festivities can pose some unique dangers. So, before you plug in, keep a few safety tips in mind.Ensure your family’s safety and comfort during a summer power outage by following a few of these easy steps.
Advance preparation before can go a long way in managing the inconvenience of an outage after a storm has passed. The following tips offer advice on preparing and “weathering” a New England storm and its aftermath.
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