Some tips for operating a generator safely, if you lose power in your home:
- Make sure the generator is outdoors. Do not run a generator in a garage. Carbon monoxide can kill you.
- Keep the generator in a dry place.
- Keep children away from the unit. Some parts can get hot and cause burns.
- Do not hook the generator up to your home. That can be dangerous for utility workers.
- Connect appliances individually to the generator.
- Do not overload your generator.
- Three Generations of Firefighters
- The Man Behind the Boom: Three Generations of Fireworks
- Gainesville Fire Rescue Without Generators, But Will Have Them In The Future
- UF Scholarship for First Generation College Students Gets Coaches Support
- Sleep-Texting... Common Among New Generation
- The Next Generation at High Springs Cemetery
- New Generation of Libertarians Steps Forward
- Dignity Project Second Generation Still Operating
- A Gift That Spans Five Generations
- New Name, Same Mission..."The Dignity Project- Second Generation"