Electric safety and the new semester

Aug 11, 2020

Whether the classroom is real or virtual this semester, GRDA wants to share some electric safety tips that could help you stay safe in the new semester.

Power for Progress… a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority.

It’s back to school time across Oklahoma and that means thousands of parents and students alike have shifted out of their summer mode and back into the classroom (or perhaps the virtual classroom) mode. However, no matter what the uncertainties might be surrounding the upcoming school year, one thing is always certain: electric safety should be a priority.

Whether your child is in kindergarten, college or somewhere in between, the Grand River Dam Authority wants them to be safe this semester. So here are some safety tips to keep in mind no matter where the classroom might be.

Your friends at GRDA want you to stay safe and have a great school year!

GRDA is Oklahoma’s largest public power utility; fully funded by revenues from electric and water sales instead of taxes. Each day, GRDA strives to be an “Oklahoma agency of excellence” by focusing on the 5 E’s: electricity, economic development, environmental stewardship, employees and efficiency.