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The Power to Make a Difference:
More than a thousand people are killed and tens of thousands injured each year in electrical accidents and fires. The vast majority of electrical accidents can be prevented if people understand the dangers and steps they can take to be safe around electricity. EEC’s Safe Electricity program is a unified industry effort to promote electrical safety through comprehensive public outreach and education, thus reducing accidents and mitigating risk.
EEC’s strong commitment to energy awareness ranges from youth education to residential and business consumers and the energy industry that serves them. EEC members work collaboratively on the vital issues of electrical safety, energy efficiency, renewable energies, and youth education.
More than 400 electric utilities along with energy-related businesses, organizations, and educators take part of this endeavor as EEC members. Won’t you join us? Help EEC provide life-saving, energy-saving, and cost-saving information. Join us and help others.
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We are long-time partners with SafeElectricity.org through the the help of our statewide association, and I love SafeElectricity! I use your resources almost every day! Thank you for all you do to help us get the word out about electrical safety and for making it easier for us to do so.
-Linda Stander, Ozark Electric Cooperative, Inc., MO
“Becoming a member of the Energy Education Council has given our cooperative many new resources to communicate the message of electrical safety to our members and the general public. The videos are professionally made with a personal touch that brings the electrical safety message to life.”
-John Spiess, San Bernard Electric Cooperative, TX
“Safe Electricity’s impartial, peer-reviewed, research-based methodology lends a solid credibility to our safety message. Our corporate identity remains intact, as we have the option to use material off the shelf or co-branded. We see the program as a complement to our existing safety efforts at a fraction of the cost for us to produce the same materials.”
-Natalie Hemmer, Ameren Illinois, IL