Recognizing and maintaining electric safety around your home, business and community are the most important ways by which you can protect yourself, your loved ones and neighbors from serious injury or even death.
Take a few minutes to review our safety tips, from what to during a power outage to reporting wire or energy theft.
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:
For more information on electrical safety, please contact us at 888-301-7700 800-852-3339 (Capital NH) or 800-582-7276 (Seacoast NH).
Knowing how your electricity is delivered to your home or business is helpful – especially during storms and emergencies – because you are responsible for maintaining or repairing certain portions of the service.
Don't forget to include your utilities in the planning of your excavation. Call 811 before you dig.
Advance preparation 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.
Keep your family and friends safe when working in and around your home's electrical equipment.
Here are some essential tips to keep you and your family safe if you encounter a downed power line.
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