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Using a Generator During Power Outages

Don't overload your generator

  • Determine the amount of power you will need to operate those things you plan to connect to the generator.  Light bulb wattage indicates the power needed for lighting.  Appliance and equipment labels indicate power requirements.
  • If you can't determine the amount of power you will need; ask an electrician.
  • Make sure your generator produces more power than will be drawn by the things you connect to the generator including surge when it is turned on.  If your generator does not produce enough power to operate everything at once, stagger the use of your equipment. 
  • If your equipment draws more power than the generator can produce, you may blow a fuse on the generator or damage the connected equipment. 

Use your generator safely

  • Incorrect generator use can lead to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning from the toxic engine exhaust, electrical shock or electrocution and fire.  Follow the directions supplied with the generator.

Never use a portable generator indoors

  • Never use a portable generator in a garage, carport, basement, crawlspace or other enclosed or partically-enclosed area, even with ventilation.  Opening doors and windows while using will NOT prevent CO buildup in the home. 
  • If you start to feel sick, dizzy or weak while using a generator, get to freash air - do not delay!
  • Install home CO alarms that are battery-operated or have battery back-up.  Test batteries frequently and replace when needed. 

Using Your generator outdoors

  • Place the generator away from windows, doors and vents that could allow CO to come indoors. 
  • To avoid electrocution, keep the generator dry.  Do not use in rain or wet conditions.  Operate it on a dry surface under an open canopy-like structure.  Make sure your hands are dry before touching the generator. 

Use and store generator fuel safely

  • Turn the generator off and let it cool before refueling.  Gasoline spilled on hot engine parts could ignite.
  • Store generator fuel in an approved safety can outside of living areas in a locked shed or other protected area.  Local laws may restrict use or storage of fuel.
  • If you spill fuel or do not seal its container properly, invisible vapors can travel along the ground and be ignited by an appliance's pilot light or arcs from electrical switches in the appliance.  
  • Use the type of fuel recomended in the generator instructions on its label.   

Connect your generator correctly

  • Plug appliances directly into the generator, or use a heavy duty, outdoor-rated extension cord that is rated (in watts or amps) at least equal to the sum of the connected loads. 
  • Never try to power house wiring by plugging the generator into a wall outlet, a practice known as "back feeding".   It can lead to the electrocution of utility workers or neighbors served by the same utility transformer.  
  • The only safe way to connect a generator to house wiring is to have a qualified electrician install a power transfer switch. 

The safest way to get emergency power

Permanently installed stationary generators are the best way to provide home backup power during a power outage. 

 

Courtesy of Washington State Department of Emergency Management and WA State Department of Health

 

 

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