|1.||Look up. Before you place a ladder, carry long objects, trim tree branches or cut trees, always check the areas to ensure that it might not accidentally come in contact with overhead power lines.|
2. Always stay away from power lines. Even all the downed power lines should be considered dangerous.
|3.||DO NOT climb on electric poles, power transmission towers or the fence around power substations.|
|4.||DO look up and look out for power lines before you climb a tree.|
5. Treat all power lines with caution and respect. Even low-voltage electric lines and cords can be hazardous if damaged or improperly handled.
|6.||DO NOT plant trees, erect prayer flags or construct any structure below or vicinity of the power line infrastructures.|
|7.||DO NOT fly kites, model airplanes or play balloons near power lines.|
|8.||DO NOT tie wires to power line infrastructures for drying clothes.|
|9.||Remember that power lines are underground as well. Therefore, before you excavate ground for any reasons, always get the approval/clearance from the concerned organizations.|
10. DO NOT throw stones to power line infrastructures and break the insulators.
|11.||DO NOT tie animals to electric poles, power transmission towers or any other power line infrastructures.|
12. DO NOT use electricity for any other purposes other than lighting and heating unless authorized by the concerned organizations.
|13.||Watch out if you see the DANGER signs on power line infrastructures.|
14. If a person or object comes in contact with a power lines, do not touch the person, object or power lines.
|15.||DO NOT enter or let your animals enter the power Substations.|
|16.||DO NOT use water to extinguish the fire|