Indiana winters include everything from heavy snows, to freezing rain, to ice storms — sometimes all in one day. All of those forms of winter weather can create electrical hazards.
The biggest cause of electrocutions on farms is equipment accidentally touching power lines.
Trees growing too close to electrical lines are the primary cause of momentary short circuits and flickering lights.
Would you know what to do if you came across a downed power line? Tipmont REMC offers the following tips to help keep you safe.
Tipmont and Indiana’s other 37 rural electric cooperatives united to successfully defeat a proposed Indiana legislative amendment that threatened reliability and safety.
It is important to understand how to safely operate your home’s electrical system.
You’ve waited to open your pool, bring out the boats and soak up the sun! But before you dive into all the summer fun, remind yourself and your family of the dangers lurking inside pools and lakes.
Most office environments are considered low-risk in terms of electrical hazards. But that doesn’t mean you should take safety for granted.