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                  Energy Safety

                  Understand how to stay safe around energy sources

                  Natural Gas Safety

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                  Natural Gas Safety

                  Learn how to safely use natural gas appliances and recognize a gas leak.
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                  Electric Safety

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                  Electric Safety

                  Play it safe around electric appliances, power lines and other equipment.
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                  Call Before You Dig

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                  Call Before You Dig

                  Always call 811 before any digging project large or small.
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                  Land management near pipelines and power lines

                  Right-of-Way

                  Right-of-way is a strip of land where some of the property owner's legal rights have been granted to a utility company. The right-of-way enables a utility company to operate, inspect, repair, maintain or replace a pipeline on property owned by others.

                  Encroachment

                  Anything that is placed into a right-of-way contrary to the terms of the easement is called an encroachment.
                  Read more about encroachment (PDF).
                  View applications for easement and encroachment

                  Vegetation trimming

                  Vectren reserves the right to trim, cut and/or remove any landscaping on the Vectren right-of-way as necessary for the operation, inspection and maintenance of its pipeline facilities.

                  Beware of the dangers of carbon monoxide

                  When gas is burned incompletely, carbon monoxide (CO) may form. CO can cause serious illness or even death. Learn how to prevent it and recognize its presence.

                  • Install carbon monixide detectors
                    Make sure carbon monoxide detectors are installed in your living and sleeping areass and test them per instructions. They can be purchased at most home improvement stores.
                  • Know the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning
                    Flu-like symptoms, severe nausea/vomiting, shortness of breath, convulsions, unconsciousness, sleepiness, irritability, lack of concentration, rapid heartbeat and/or tightening of the chest which tend to go away when you leave the house are signs you may have carbon monoxide poisoning.
                  • If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning in your home...
                    Leave the area and call 911 or your fire department immediately. Don't return until emergency personnel tell you it's safe.

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                  Color codes for digging safely

                  The flags and paint markings used by our technicians when marking underground lines indicate the type of utility/facility that lies below. Here's a guide to help you interpret what each flag color means:

                  • Red - Electric
                  • Yellow - Gas, oil, or steam
                  • Blue - water
                  • Orange - Telephone - CATV
                  • Green - Sewer
                  • Purple - Reclaimed water
                  • Pink - Temporary survey markings
                  • White - Proposed construction

                  More about safe digging

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