Our employees are Idaho Power's greatest asset. Our safety philosophy that "All Injuries Can Be Prevented" is supported in an environment where the management and leadership team is responsible and accountable for safety. Additionally, employees are empowered and expected to be proactive safety leaders. Safe, engaged and effective employees are critical to our success. Idaho Power consistently ranks in the top 30 percent of all U.S. utilities in safety performance.
Our commitment to a culture of safety extends to you, our customers. Use the following important safety information to keep you and your family safe:
Severe weather such as high winds and heavy snow can weigh down power lines and cause them to come down. Know what to do to stay safe if you encounter a downed power line.
Learn how to stay clear of overhead power lines on the job and at home; also read details about Idaho's overhead power line safety laws.
Valuable information when using electricity around your home or business.
Provides safety tips and precautions for preventing serious or fatal injuries from electrical accidents.
Get tips for making your visit to our dams, parks and reservoirs as safe as possible.
Whether at home or on the road, there are things you can do when faced with extreme winter weather conditions to help you and your family stay safe, comfortable and injury-free.