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Power Safety

The flow of electric current is constantly seeking a path to the ground. Should you cause an object or part of your body to come in contact with a power line, you are immediately providing a path that the electric current is seeking. Take care not to become the fatal link between electricity and the ground it seeks.

Metal ladders are excellent conductors of electricity. Antennas are cumbersome and hard to control. Before you install or repair a radio or television antenna that is near a power line, call us for advice. Kites and model airplanes flown near power lines invite accidents. Keep them well clear. Instruct your children to never climb trees which have power lines running through their branches. Brigham City Light & Power safety programs provide opportunities for clubs, businesses, schools, and organizations of all types to receive safety training. Contact Tom Ammons for more information at 734-6625.

Emergency Contact:

734-6615 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
723-3421 after 5 p.m. and on weekends