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Tips for Staying Safe This Holiday Season


by Heath Martin NFEC Safety Director


Gathering with family and friends during the holidays often means making great memories, reliving traditions, and sharing the spirit of the season. However, amid all the festivities, don’t forget about safety. Safe Electricity shares tips to help ensure your holiday season—whether decorating, feasting, or traveling — remains a safe one.


“The holidays are one of the most festive, yet also one of the most dangerous, times of the year,” says NFEC Safety Director Heath Martin. “Make a point to take care of yourself and those you love by taking all the necessary steps for safety to ensure your holidays are both merry and bright.”


Keep safety in mind when decorating the home. Ensure that your tree is placed


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leave combustible items, such as towels or pot holders, near the stove top. Keep all appliance cords away from heat. Never use appliances near the kitchen sink. Plug ap- pliances into ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlets. Unplug your appliances when they are not in use.


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