In keeping your home safe when it comes to electricity, it is important to look at how we are using those things through the winter months, both outside and inside the home.

Electrical dangers associated with downed power lines, portable generators, and submerged electrical equipment can still cause injuries once a snow or ice storm has ended.

As part of a series addressing fires in residential buildings, this report addresses the characteristics of residential building heating fires.

A malfunctioning space heater caused a fire in a high-rise in Bronx. What happened?

Winter months tend to be hard on all kinds of equipment because reducing the temperature makes it harder to move electricity through the system.

Exercising safety with extension cords, relocatable power taps, and decorative lighting during the Holidays and throughout the year.

Since the 1970s, GFCIs have saved thousands of lives and have helped significantly reduce home electrocutions. But what if they did not exist?

Here are some tips on effectively assessing and mitigating ESD risks during swimming pool inspections and recommendations to pass on to pool owners.

Lockout and ragout activities are important for those employees who are servicing or maintaining machines or equipment.