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Online resources

ENMAX is dedicated to increasing electrical literacy including electrical safety, and we are pleased to offer some material to enhance electricity education in your classroom or home.

  • Inside Education - Electricity poster
  • Inside Education - Teacher handbook (available soon)
  • Electricity System Poster From generation to distribution, this poster shows you how the electricity system gets the power to your home.
  • Ripple Chart Poster Safety information for downed power lines.
  • Home Safety Poster Four rooms and four important safety tips for electricity at home. Can be used as resource for worksheet below.
  • Home Safety worksheet an activity for students where they have to match the title to the room of the house and write down details about the safety hazard.
  • Power Squad Workbooks Print this informative workbook to learn about electricity fundamentals and how to be safe around electricity.

Other resources

For older students, especially those preparing to enter the workforce, you can find more resources from our partners at the following links:

  • Safety in Schools       
    Safety in Schools is providing Alberta high school students with online workplace safety courses at no cost. Our mission is to eliminate workplace injuries and fatalities among young workers across Canada.
  • Alberta One Call
    Underground utility and safe digging information.
  • Where's the line?
    Information on working around electricity with good video resources for older students from ENMAX and our utility partners across Alberta.

If you have specific questions about electricity not addressed here, please email: community@enmax.com

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).