Electricity is one of those things we all take for granted. Because it is invisible to us we often forget about its power. Electrical shock or fires can be devastating. You play a big part in preventing accidents like these. Click here for safety information in and around your home, check out the following pages:
- Indoor Safety
- Breaker Panels
- Electric Cords
- Kitchen Hazards
- Portable Generators
- UL Label
- Outdoor Safety
- Winter Safety Tips
Please do not cut trees near power lines.
Contact CVEA to make arrangements for removing these danger trees.
See our Education page for available safety programs. Test your knowledge of electrical safety with these activities. (Links are courtesy of NRECA Federated Staff.)
- Test your ability to handle electrical hazards in your home. Learn how to stay safe around electrical situations in your home.
- Dangerous electrical situations are happening in neighborhoods every day. Learn why the situation is dangerous and how to react safely.
- You use electricity safely every day. Electricity is safely conducted through the power cord to a machine, then back through the cord to the outlet and out to the wires. Learn how to prevent electrical shock.