Solve our summer safety word search!
Have some fun as you learn about electric safety. Across, backwards, down and up, find and highlight the 24 word groups in the grid that are below in the list in bold.
- If you see a power line on the ground or hanging loose from a utility pole, call Ripley Power and Light Company.
- Electricity is dangerous. Stay away from equipment and fences marked with DANGER signs or high voltage.
- Never put metal objects in electric sockets.
- Do not overload a circuit, outlet or extension cord.
- Do not use appliances with a frayed cord.
- Use a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) for electrical devices used outside to help prevent electric shock injuries.
- Keep electrical devices at least 10 feet away from water sources, such as a swimming pool or spa.
- Never handle electrical devices when you are wet or standing in water.
- Keep kites, ladders and hunting equipment away from power lines.
- Always report an outage.