Power Outage Preparedness from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
What you need to know when the Power Goes Out Unexpectedly:
General information; Food and water safety, carbon monoxide, power line hazards.
Who is at risk, CDC recommendations…
Worker Safety in a Power Outage:
Preventing electrocutions by undetected feedback electrical energy…
Electrical Safety and Generators:
Preventing electrocutions associated with generators plugged into household circuits…
NIOSH Electrical Safety:
Publications on electrical safety.
Worker Safety in Storm and Flood Cleanup:
Information provided by CDC's NIOSH on work-related hazards such as electrical hazards, carbon monoxide, musculoskeletal hazards, heat stress, motor vehicles, hazardous materials, fire, confined spaces, falls.