National Electrical Safety Month works to keep people safe from electrical hazards, including those associated with “smart” technologies

As challenging as the pandemic has been – and as much as most of us have grumbled at one point or another about the limitations it’s placed on our lives –imagine enduring a crisis in which we lost electrical power. Forget not having anything new to watch on Netflix – we wouldn’t have access to our televisions, or any of our electrical devices, from our computers to smartphones. Nor would there be…

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Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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