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Published on Aug 24, 2018
The proper handling of portable generators ensures your safety. In a power outage, a portable generator may be needed. But be careful - if not used properly, generators can cause carbon monoxide poisoning, electric shock, or fire.
If you run a portable generator in a power outage, follow these safety guidelines:
NEVER use a generator in an enclosed or partially enclosed space. Generators produce high levels of carbon monoxide quickly. You cannot smell or see carbon monoxide. It can be deadly. If you feel sick, dizzy, or weak while using a generator, find fresh air right away. If you feel seriously ill, seek immediate medical attention. Inform medical staff you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning. If you became ill indoors, let the fire department determine when it is safe to re-enter the building.