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Electricity is an essential service, and we take the responsibility of providing TVEC members with power very seriously. That means being ready in the case of many different scenarios—from tornadoes and ice storms that can threaten physical infrastructure to the global health concerns of Novel Coronavirus/COVID-19 that are currently making headlines.
Planning for a health emergency, such as a pandemic, is unique from other business continuity planning. It requires businesses to prepare to operate with a significantly smaller workforce, a threatened supply chain, and limited support services for an extended period until an unknown date in the future.
Click here for a brief word on what steps we are taking at TVEC...
www.tvec.net/tvec-responds-to-current-public-health-concerns/ ... See MoreSee Less
It is time to Spring Forward, but don't let the missing hour prevent you from taking care of some important safety tasks!
Here is a good list to get started..
Test smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors
Check batteries in flashlights and other safety gear
Dispose of any expired medications
Check you car lights and spare tire air pressure
Inspect the areas around the exterior of your home for any hazards
Check sheds and storage areas and properly store any hazardous chemicals or fuel
And here are some electrical safety items from ESFI..
www.esfi.org/news/enjoy-a-safe-start-to-spring-with-tips-from-esfi-371#sthash.HGMyzOtH.dpbs ... See MoreSee Less
Outage Update: 4 p.m. - This outage has been restored. If your power has not been restored please report your outage at 800-967-9324.
Outage Alert: TVEC Crews are responding to a large outage affecting about 650 members on the western side of Lake Palestine, North of Coffee City.
Updates regarding restoration time or cause will be made as edits to this post. ... See MoreSee Less
Outage Update: 10 a.m. - This outage has been restored, although crews are working on several single outages in the area. If your power has not been restored, report your outage at 800-967-9324.
Outage Alert: TVEC Crews are responding to an outage affecting more than 450 members in the Tennessee Colony-Cayuga-Bethel area along Hwy. 287 in Anderson County.
Updates regarding cause or restoration time will be made as edits to this post.
Follow outage information and find outage maps in the TVEC outage center at www.tvec.net/outage-center/
Report outages at 800-967-9324 or by Outage Texting.
Not signed up for outage texting?.. find out how here..
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