Safety first is one of our core values at Idaho Power. Our culture of safety helps keep our employees safe, which also helps keep our service reliable and affordable.
Our commitment to safety extends to you, our customers. That’s why we provide the following information on topics affecting your safety.
We are taking several proactive steps to protect our employees, our customers and the electrical system from potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s how Idaho Power responds to power outages resulting from wildfires and how you can help prevent them.
Get tips for making your visit to our dams, parks and reservoirs as safe as possible.
If you encounter a downed power line, stay as far back as possible. Learn more about what to do around downed lines, such as if one falls on your vehicle with you inside.
Whether at work or at home, stay clear of overhead power lines. And if you’re planning to dig or build near underground lines, call Dig Line at 811.
Read about how to safely use electricity around your home or business, and teach your kids some important safety concepts.
To make our communities safer and the power more reliable, we want everyone to be engaged drivers. We also recommend having emergency car kits in place.
Trees and power lines don’t mix. Proper planning and care are necessary for everyone’s safety and continued reliability of your electric service.