ENMAX Power offers a free safety tutorial for companies with employees or equipment working near electrical infrastructure in Calgary.
Hazardous Electrical Awareness Tutorial (H.E.A.T.) provides your workers with the basic awareness required to work safely around electrical equipment to prevent lifelong injuries or death.
Be sure to share this video with your team, as well as the
Ground Disturbance Guidelines, to help them understand how to dig safely around electrical infrastructure.
Your home can be full of potential electrical safety hazards. Being aware of these hazards and maintaining proper electrical safety standards in your home can help you and your family stay safe.
To learn more about permits and the requirements for moving a high load (over dimensional loads) within the city limits, visit
The City of Calgary website.
See how ENMAX Power crews work with other utilities, and The City of Calgary to help oversize loads get from A to B safely.
Watch the video
We provide our contractors access to our safe work procedure documents and design standards online through our
Contractor Access Portal.
To obtain access or to see if you qualify, please email
At ENMAX, we believe that no part of the service we render shall ever become so important that we will endanger the life or limb of another. We are working hard to build a safety culture that involves all employees and works toward our vision of an injury free ENMAX Corporation.
Public Safety is extremely important when it comes to electricity, and ENMAX is active in promoting safe use of electricity. We are a member of the
Joint Utility Safety Team (JUST) which brings power line safety to Albertans. We also provide a number of programs, such as
H.E.A.T., for companies looking for more information on working near electrical infrastructure.
Customers are free to purchase natural gas services or electricity services from a retailer of their choice. For a list of retailers, visit ucahelps.alberta.ca or call 310-4822 (toll free in Alberta).
For new services, transfers or renewals, please call 310-2010 or click here to self serve online.