Portable Generator Hazards and How To Avoid Them (Public Agency)
Portable generators are useful when there is a need for temporary or remote electric power. The primary hazards to avoid are carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, electric shock and fire. Most incidents occur when generators are used indoors without proper ventilation. Portable generators can be useful in an emergency; however, there are hazards associated with the equipment. Be prepared for emergencies.
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Runtime: 8 Min.
- Program Outline
- Portable Generators
- Carbon Monoxide (CO) Hazards
- Safety Tips to Protect Against CO Poisoning
- Electrical Hazards
- Fire Hazards
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