We want to be the safest energy company in the country.
For us, safety isn’t numbers. It’s not statistics. It isn’t dollar signs, and it’s not about campaigns. Safety is people. It’s written on the faces of the people we love and go home to every day. It’s in our daughter’s laugh. In our husband’s hands. It’s in the hug from our best friend.
We've set a goal to be the safest energy company in the country. But we didn’t set that goal so we could check a box on a to-do list or show PowerPoint slides with charts featuring lots of down arrows. We did it so that everyone - including you - can go home safely. Every day.
We deliver natural gas to your home or business through a system of underground pipelines. While natural gas has an excellent safety record, it’s important to know a few basic principles to stay safe.
Our power lines bring electricity to the communities we serve and in to your home or business. While we rely on electricity, we sometimes underestimate its force. Knowing a few basic rules can keep you safe around electricity.
Safety is our first priority. Our commitment to work and live safely every day applies to our contractors, too. In addition to following our safety procedures, contractors and contract employees must comply with all applicable federal, state and local safety regulations.
We work to make sure you have safe and reliable energy, but occasionally the weather or other circumstances can create issues. Here’s how you can stay safe before, during and after a storm.
Whether you’re a homeowner planting a tree or a contractor excavating a subdivision, you must call 811 before you dig. It’s free, it’s easy, and it’s the law.