SEASONAL SAFETY TIPS

Give Safety a Shot when Preparing for Hunting

From power poles being used for tree stands (DON’T) to electrical equipment and power lines being hidden by dense woods, hunters need to be aware of potential electrical hazards. Use these tips to avoid bagging electrical problems this hunting season.

auto accidentsCold Weather and Safe Driving Tips

Some parts of the nation are used to early snow, but other parts have gotten an early winter surprise. Make sure you know the right steps to take if slick roads lead your car to a power pole!


cooking safetyHoliday Cooking and Entertaining Safety

The Holidays are just around the corner and Thanksgiving comes early this year. As you prepare for those special gatherings, make sure your kitchen and cooks are ready to fix a feast safely–and efficiently, too!


10-7-13-Safe-harvestFarmers: Reap a Safe Harvest

Harvest season is one of the busiest times of year for farmers–and among the most dangerous. Before taking to the fields, Safe Electricity urges farm workers to be aware of potential electrical hazards and take steps to avoid tragedy.

Being Prepared Vital to Everyone

The recent hurricanes and increasing storm activity remind everyone that no matter where you live, all of us must know essential steps to take in advance of severe weather to stay safe during and after the storm.

10-21-31-halloween-houseGive Your Home a Check Up

Fall is the perfect time to prepare your home for winter. Check for electrical hazards, such as loose or warm outlets. Seal air leaks around doors and windows.


Associate Membership

Associate membership in the Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association provides a continuing opportunity for providers of goods, services, materials, and equipment to build and maintain networking contacts with Wisconsin's electric co-ops and others with interests and needs related to all aspects of the electric power industry.

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