Indiana winters include everything from heavy snows, to freezing rain, to ice storms — sometimes all in one day. All of those forms of winter weather can create electrical hazards.
There are many methods that scammers use to separate you from your money or identity.
The biggest cause of electrocutions on farms is equipment accidentally touching power lines.
Trees growing too close to electrical lines are the primary cause of momentary short circuits and flickering lights.
Effective cybersecurity demands vigilance and innovation, which means continual training, modernized systems, and technology to enhance safety and reliability.
Would you know what to do if you came across a downed power line? Tipmont REMC offers the following tips to help keep you safe.
It is important to understand how to safely operate your home’s electrical system.
Just as you’d lock the doors to your home when you travel, it’s wise to lock up your identity, too. Here are ways to protect your identity so you can focus on vacation, not frustration.
Taking easy preventive steps – and a few extra seconds to look closely at potentially dangerous emails – can protect you from phish bait.