May is National Electrical Safety Month! Not only does the month bring spring storms and potentially severe weather, but it also heralds the beginning of the celebration season for many high school students, especially seniors. Share these important tips with those you love.

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Spring weather will come our way eventually, and when it does arrive, there are some specific things to look out for regarding electric safety. Remember, you can’t see, smell or hear electricity, so it’s very important to take these precautions seriously.

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There are many electrical hazards that come along with boating and other leisurely warm-weather activities. 

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While planting a garden or filling a few flowerbeds around your home don’t require your calling for utility locates, it’s still a good idea to notify Iowa One Call before you dig a new garden – especially if you’re using power equipment such as a tiller.

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Trees may seem harmless on a calm, sunny day. But add a bit of wind or ice on a stormy night and those towering pillars may threaten your home’s electric supply.

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At home or at work, keep these things in mind when decorating for the holidays!

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