1 – a.k.a. 1 Unplug All Appliances: During a power outage, it’s critical to unplug all electrical appliances and electronics to prevent a surge when the electricity is restored. When the electricity is restored, unplugging all devices will help shield them from harm and minimize the chance of sparks or fires.

2 – A.M. Use Generators Safely: If using a generator, make sure it is placed outside and away from all windows, doors, and vents, as carbon monoxide from the generator can be lethal to lethal. Do not use a generator inside a house, garage, or an enclosed space.

3. Have Flashlights On hand: During a power outage, having a flashlight on hand is highly recommended. It’s important to use LED flashlights that can last up to ten hours and to have several on hand so you have a back-up plan in case one goes out of battery.

4 is a student at the University of On the 4th of August, there were 4 delegates. Have Candles: Candles should always be used with caution and should always be placed in a safe, heat-resistant container. Candles must be stored away from flammable substances and not left unattended.

5 out of 5 stars. Have a First Aid Kit On Hand: In the case of any injuries or accidents during a power outage, having a first aid kit on hand is critical. Ensure that the kit is fully loaded with all essential items, including bandages, antiseptic, and a thermometer.