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Energy guide

Electricity is very useful and helps us to live. However, that can be very dangerous.

To avoid the danger observe the following:

  • Do not put anything to electrical outlets, such as screwdrivers or wires.

  • Do not come to the playground equipment and buildings, which have characteristic warning signs such: "Do not touch! Electric device", "Stay away. High voltage".

  • Do not play near power lines - do not let kites fly close to the line, do not climb on the poles or trees near power lines, do not throw any objects on the power lines.

  • Stay away from damaged, broken, loose-hanging electrical wires! Sometimes even being near such place may cause electric shock, especially during rainy weather. Avoid such places.

  • Do not go to the transformer or other building, which have warning signs, even if you find that the door is open.

 

 

Remember these phone numbers:

EMERGENCY POWER: 991

EMERGENCY: 999

FIRE DEPARTMENT: 998

POLICE: 997