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HOW DO I PREPARE
FOR A PUBLIC SAFETY
POWER SHUTOFF?
WHAT EVERY PG&E CUSTOMER NEEDS TO KNOW
Public Safety Power Shutoff,
or PSPS, is a safety program
that proactively shuts off
electric power lines when there
is an elevated fire risk.
Do you have an emergency kit
with nonperishable food, one
gallon of water per person per
day, medications, flashlights
and batteries?

All PG&E customers should
be prepared for possible power
outages that could last for
multiple days.

w reach
Can we
you in the event of
a Public Safety Power
Shutoff? Update
your contact info at
pge.com/psps.

Do you know how to
open your garage
door manually?

If you own a generator,
is it safe to operate?

If anyone in your family
depends on electricity
for their medical
needs, have you made
preparations?

Do you have a
personal safety plan for
all members of your family,
including your pets?
Are your mobile phones
fully charged? Do you have
a portable back-up charger
or a solar charger?

Make sure we can reach you in the event of a PSPS. Please
update your contact information at pge.com/psps, and for more
tips on how to stay prepared visit safetyactioncenter.pge.com.

“PG&E” refers to Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation. ©2019 Pacific Gas and Electric Company. All rights reserved. Paid for by PG&E shareholders.

If power is temporarily
turned off, customers should
consider these questions:

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