Education / Community Outreach

Safety Videos and Demonstrations

Because electric safety is an important issue, we have several electric safety programs available for presentation that will capture the interest of all ages. Contact Bobbi Byford at (469) 376-2234 for more information.

Play it Safe Around Electricity

Louie the Lightning Bug presents an electric safety program incorporating both animation and live action to cleverly teach electrical safety rules.

Length: 11 minutes
Grades: K – 3

Kato’s Electrical Safety Adventure

Kato’s adventures teach children how to avoid common indoor and outdoor electrical accidents.

Length: 9 minutes
Grades: 1 – 3

Hey, What About that Electricity?

What is electricity? Where does it come from? How does it get to your home or business?

Length: 17 minutes
Grades: 1 – 5

The Shocking Truth

Students enjoy learning safety skills from two enterprising students studying the nature of electricity. This video teaches students how to identify dangerous situations and avoid injury.

Length: 18 minutes
Grades: 3 – 8


A high-tech electric safety video that captures the interest of teenagers and adults.

Length: 25 minutes
Grades: 9 – adult

First Responder Training

This video presents information professional first responders must know to respond effectively in emergencies involving electricity. This video covers substation emergencies, downed wires, fire apparatus, overhead wires, car/pole accidents, pole fires and structure fires.

Length: 21 minutes

Arcing Demonstration

TVEC’s arcing demonstration is a replica of actual power lines and demonstrates the dangers of electricity.This demonstration is designed for school assemblies, large group meetings, public safety organizations and service club programs.

Length: 30 minutes
Grades: 6 – adult
Requirements: A large area is needed for this demonstration.

Power Town Demonstration

A tabletop demonstration unit using small-scale replicas of houses, various equipment, trees and other examples of the dangers of electricity.

Length: 30 minutes
Grades: 1 – 5