Definition of Portable generator safety
Portable generator safety: Safety, an essential matter in using a portable residential or recreational generator. Portable residential generators may be used to supply essential home power needs during power-outages, for powering cabin appliances, or for power tools needed during projects. Recreational generators are hand-carry units that are lighter in weight and quieter in sound. These units are often sold to outdoor enthusiasts.
Safety tips for operating a portable residential or recreational generator include the following:
A portable residential or recreational generator can be very useful. However, these generators can be dangerous, if not used properly. Please follow the safety tips and any additional recommendations made by the manufacturer and safety authorities.
Last Editorial Review: 6/14/2012
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