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GENERATOR SAFETY

A portable generator can be an ideal secondary source of power––especially during power failures. But it can be dangerous if it’s not used appropriately.

Here are some safety tips:

  • Never operate a generator in an enclosed or partially enclosed space
  • DO use carbon monoxide detectors in areas near the generator to monitor levels
  • DO NOT connect generators directly to household wiring without an appropriate transfer switch installed
  • DO make sure your generator is properly grounded
  • DO make sure extension cords used with generators are rated for the load and are in good condition
  • DO NOT overload the generator
  • DO plug the generator into a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) to help prevent electrocutions and electrical shock injuries
  • TURN OFF all appliances powered by the generator before shutting down the generator itself

Hazards Associated with Generators:

  • Shocks and electrocution from improper use of power or accidentally energizing other electrical systems
  • Carbon monoxide from a generator’s exhaust
  • Fires from improperly refueling a generator or inappropriately storing the fuel for a generator
  • Noise and vibration hazards