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Safety

At AusNet Services, you can be certain that safety comes first in everything we do. But when it comes to electricity in and around your property, we ask that you also make safety a priority too – whether it be overhead and/or underground.

For any property damage that disrupts your power supply, please contact a licensed electrical contractor to carry out an inspection and any necessary repairs. We will then arrange reconnection. If you notice a hazard, such as fallen powerlines or tree branches on powerlines, please be sure to keep a safe distance and immediately report a fault

 


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Be power prepared

How to stay safe when the power is out. 


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 Working near lines

Stay safe around powerlines. 


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  Vegetation management

Learn about vegetation management and powerline clearance.


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 Life support customers

Important information for our life support customers.


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 Private electric lines

Maintenance and safety tips.


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Dial before you dig

Call 1100 before you dig.


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  Bushfires

What you need to know during bushfire season.


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  Our safety commitment

Safety is our number one priority.