Safety & Security

Is Your Business Safe?

At Northern Electric the safety and security of you and your employees is our first priority. We also want to be sure that we take all the steps necessary to protect your business. The more information and knowledge about electrical safety we can provide our customers and the public, the better. We want to ensure that we provide the consumer with accurate and up to date electrical safety and security information.

“Knowledge can save your life,” said ESFI President Brett C. Brenner. “If you know the signs of an overloaded electrical circuit or how to test a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet, you can prevent electrocution or electrical fires.”


Electrical fires, electrocution and electric shock injuries are the most common threats in regards to your electrical safety.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 278 workers died from electrocutions while at work in 1999. That accounts for almost 5% of all on-the-job fatalities that year. These deaths are all the more tragic because they could have been prevented.

Northern Electric takes all the precautions to help you prevent electrical fires or electric shock due to faulty wires or appliances. This is why we provide a complimentary safety checkup with every service call.

Help protect your employees and your customers by calling Northern Electric today. Isn’t it time you got your business’s electrical safety inspected?

Taking proactive safety precautions is a great way to prevent lawsuits, injuries and fatalities. Check out these easy ways to implement electrical safety and security at your place of business:

Hi-Tech Trouble Shooting

Dedicated Computer Circuitry

Generator Installation and Maintenance

Code Updates and Corrections

Wiring Upgrades

Transfer Switches

Specialty Receptacles

Electrical Safety Inspections

Shock and Fire Prevention-AFCIs-GFCIs

Electrical Panel Upgrades

Landscape, Security & Parking Lot Lighting

For additional information about Electrical Safety and security contact us today!