Ergon Energy and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) are urging property owners to take extra precautions while conducting controlled burns near the electricity network.
After a couple of electric shock close calls with members of the public in recent times and the gardening season now here, Ergon Energy is urging people not to plant tall trees or bamboo near powerlines.
After responding to the first storms of the season, Ergon Energy is reminding Queenslanders to be prepared for power interruptions caused by severe weather events.
Helicopters are flying low over powerlines across a large area of regional Queensland, as Ergon Energy undertakes aerial inspections of the network ahead of storm season.
Energex and Ergon Energy Network are appealing to drivers to heed the warning signs when roadside powerline works are in progress.
Ergon Energy Network is backing up its powerful community safety campaigns with the 2021 Safety Heroes program in primary schools across Queensland, including Kirwan State School in Townsville.
Scams don’t get much lower than ripping off people desperate for work, but that’s what some online predators are doing using Ergon Energy Network’s name.
Ergon Energy and Energex are driving home some lifesaving messages during Queensland Road Safety Week after an alarming series of incidents involving cars, trucks, agricultural vehicles and machinery.
Ergon Energy and Energex are looking for the next generation of tradespeople, with applications for apprenticeships closing next Monday (August 16).
Ergon Energy has launched a lifesaving campaign to raise awareness about the importance of reporting shocks and tingles, which can be a sign of deadly electrical hazards in and around your home.
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