Clarke-Washington EMC's response to COVID-19
Safety City is a program presented by Clarke-Washington EMC personnel that teaches students about electricity, electric preservation and electrical safety. After Safety City visits a classroom, students should be able to better understand how electricity provides a better way of life and the dangers of electricity when it is not used properly.
Students learn about electrical safety equipment linemen wear that allows them to work with power lines. Through safety programs like Safety City, Clarke-Washington EMC makes learning fun, especially when it comes to important issues like staying safe around electricity.
There is no better way to get a safety message across than to see Neon Leon and Lightning Liz in action when they touch a live electric line.
To learn more about Safety City, or to schedule a Safety City visit to your school or organization, email Sarah Hansen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-323-9081.