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Line Work Remains a Dangerous Job


The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics puts electric utility line work among the nation's top 10 most hazardous professions, according to the agency's most recent census using 2014 data. Electric line technicians recorded a 19.2 fatality rate per 100,000 workers, ninth on the list. While the number of lineworker fatalities has declined since 1994, about 3 million nonfatal incidents were reported in 2014. Those employed as loggers, fishermen, aircraft pilots and flight engineers led the rankings, with logging notching a fatality rate well above 100.


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tay on top of changing weather, find the best price on pharmaceuticals, voice your opinion on co-op issues or learn easy ways to lower your energy costs. A quick visit to www.ecoec.com will introduce you to a whole suite of apps that are worth a try. You will find the apps in your app store.


S Q Touchstone Energy Weather Connection


This app functions like a weather radio on your smartphone by alerting you to severe weather warnings, watches, and advisories issued by the National Weather Service. Options include spoken alerts or forecasts and the ability to set alerts for up to six locations.


Q Together We Save


Music Video Honors Linemen


Country and western performers love to sing about fathers, mothers, soldiers and other heroes. Finally, they're tipping the hat to America's linemen.


The band Steele released their music video "The Lineman" that celebrates the dedication of linemen across the U.S. The lyrics and film footage capture a glimpse of the dangers linemen face on the job. It also asks listeners to ponder what the world might be like without the electricity we often take for granted.


The song is available on ITunes and Amazon. Watch the video by searching youtube.com for "The Lineman" or go to https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=TyjLkKsDo2Y.


2 | AUGUST 2016 | country living


With the TogetherWeSave.com app, you'll discover easy ways to save energy. Includes energy use calculators for lightbulbs, appliances, refrigerators, water heaters and space heaters, and tips on water heating, kitchen, laundry, lighting and more.


Q SmartHub


Use the SmartHub app to track usage, make payments, view your ECE account balance, and more. To download, go towww.ecoec.com and click on the View, Manage or Pay Bill button.


Q Cooperative Action Network


This app from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) provides supporters with tools and


information to lobby members of Congress. Includes access to videos, social media sharing, interactive Congressional Directory and live updates from the NRECA Twitter feed.


(For Apple devices, search the app store for “Cooperative Action Network Advocacy.” For Android devices, search the Google Play store for “NRECA Advocacy.”)


Don't Worry, Get "Appy"


ECE's suite of mobile apps offer quick ways to stay informed


Q Co-Op Connections


Use this app to locate discounts locally, nationally and online, and to show your card at checkout. The app includes Healthy Savings discounts from participating providers for prescriptions,


dental, vision, hearing, lab work and imaging, and chiropractor visits.


Q Oklahoma Living Magazine


Oklahoma Living is the official magazine of the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives. Use the app for quick links to articles that highlight rural lifestyles, businesses, events and attractions, as well as information on your electric co-op. Access current and back issues of the magazine as well as ECE's Country Living newsletter.


Connect with East Central Electric on Facebook for updates on power outages and information on member benefits and services, energy saving tips and more. If you like what you see, we’d appreciate your “thumbs up.”


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