First Responders and Construction Workers

First Responders & Construction Workers


Work Safely Near Electricity

Emergency first responders and construction workers can find themselves working near high-voltage power lines. Understanding the risks is important for everyone’s safety.

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Want to schedule an electrical safety presentation for your workplace or community? Call us at 1-800-428-6230 and request a safety presentation – we'd love to hear from you.

*Please note, we are not offering in-person presentations at this time due to COVID-19. If you have questions or would like to inquire about a virtual session, please call us.

First Responders

Emergency first responders, including police, firefighters, and paramedics, may find themselves in situations near downed power lines and electrical hazards. Make sure you know the risks so you can come home safe at the end of the day.

To learn how to stay safe around electricity, view the safety video, provided by the Canadian Electricity Association and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Construction Workers

Those in the construction industry often work near our power lines and electrical equipment. Make sure you know the risks so you can come home safe at the end of the day.

Watch the video to learn how to stay safe and what to do if you, a co-worker or your equipment make contact with electricity.

A Safe Clearance Report is always required when working within 20 ft of power lines.


Safe Clearance Report