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May is Electrical Safety Month


If you are 12 or under, complete the acƟ vity on this page and mail your work to the address below by June 1 to enter a drawing for a prize! Feel free to make copies if more than one youth would like to complete the acƟ vity. Remember to complete the informaƟ on below!


Draw a line between the start of the sentence and the correct end to the sentence.


If a power line is on the ground


Before your parents dig to plant a tree, they should


Before flying kites or climbing trees, I should


Never use electric appliances when you or the appliance could


If an extension cord has a fray or exposed wires


I should ask for an adult’s permission before I


An outlet can cause a fire if


If a thunder or lightning storm is approaching


plug anything into an outlet.


look up and make sure power lines are not overhead or in the trees. I should go inside right away.


assume it is energized and STAY AWAY! come in contact with water.


too many things are plugged in at once.


call the One-Call system at 800-CALL- OKIE to locate underground utilities. it should be discarded and not used.


COMPLETE THIS INFORMATION BEFORE MAILING!


Name: _________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________________ City, State______________________________________________________________ Zip Code:______________________________________ Age:_____________________ Parent/Guardian’s Name:__________________________________________________


Mail to: Kelly NEOEC P O Box 948 Vinita, OK 74301


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