National Grid
Safety The products delivered by our companies—electricity and natural gas—are indispensable. They power businesses, light cities and towns, and drive both necessities and conveniences at home. Yet, improperly handled, they can be dangerous. Safety is critical to all that we do. For the general public, it's providing education on how to use energy safely and to recognize and respond to risky situations. For employees, it's delivering training and defining procedures on working safely around live energy.

For us, safety is not just a priority. It's a value that guides our actions. Our company's vision is zero injuries every day.

Vision and Guiding Principles
Our vision and guiding principles are based on the belief that every injury is preventable.

Energy Safety
Learn about electric, generator and carbon monoxide safety—and more.
Stay Clear, Stay Alive Kit

Contractor Safety To help ensure your employees work safely around overhead or underground electric and gas lines, please visit www.ngridsafety.com for safety information for contractors. Order a FREE Contractor Beware safety training kit.

First Responder Training Staying safe while saving others: electrical and natural gas safety for first responders -- visit our First Responder Safety site for interactive training tools and videos, and to order FREE safety material.

Temperature Safety
Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones against extreme cold and heat.

Storm Safety
Learn important safety precautions to take with power lines and other storm hazards.

Know What's Below. Call Before You Dig.
Learn how to protect yourself before digging on or around your property.


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Kids & Safety
To help kids learn about safety, visit our Educational Materials section.