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Downed power lines are dangerous. Never touch them. For safety's sake, always assume that a fallen power line is live, and follow these guidelines:.

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Contact with overhead power lines is the leading cause of electrical fatalities for agricultural workers. Of the 1,001 reported power line contact incidents from ...

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Feb 18, 2015 ... You do not have to touch a power line to be in danger. High-voltage electricity can jump to anyone who gets too close. Stay at least 10 feet ...

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Power lines carry a lot of electricity and can be dangerous. Here are some important reminders to stay safe near power lines.

www.we-energies.com/outages_safety/reporting/powerlines.htm

Downed power lines and wires are dangerous. Learn how to stay safe when a downed wire is encountered.

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The Arizona Legislature enacted the Overhead Power Line Safety Law to make working near overhead power lines safer. Please familiarize yourself with the ...

www.puc.state.pa.us/General/consumer_ed/pdf/Power_Line_Safety-FS.pdf

Power lines provide our homes and businesses with electricity to help us carry out our ... may help consumers to stay safe in the event of a downed power line:.

www.fpl.com/safety/working-near-power-lines.html

Our safety program features six important rules to follow when working around power lines.

www.neca-neis.org/powerlinesafety

The Electrical Transmission & Distribution Partnership has developed safety and ... safety training courses and videos for workers in the electric line construction ...