A hardhat to remember us by   

Tags: Avista Utilities, Safety

Post by Dan Kolbet
Photo courtesy of the Wakeman family.
While we’re not really in the habit of giving away hardhats – it turns out that one gift of a yellow safety device really meant something to a young person in the Avista service territory. The Wakeman family blogged about the experience here. Check out their blog post for the full story and a few more pictures.
This story is also a good reminder for parents out there to teach their children about how to be safe around (or simply avoid) a construction site that might pop-up someday right in front of their house during a power outage, gas leak or other maintenance work.
A thank you goes to the Wakeman’s for letting us share their blog post.
Posted by  System Account  on  9/8/2011
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