For Carroll EMC, safety is our first commitment to Members and employees as well as others who come in contact with our services.

Since 1967, the safety program at Carroll EMC has consistently received the highest marks in the electric utility industry and safety accreditation through the Rural Electric Safety Accreditation Program. Obtaining this accreditation is a hard-earned honor and a source of price and inspiration for Carroll EMC employees.

Carroll EMC Members can do their part for safety by being mindful of the tips provided here. If you ever spot a downed line or something that appears unsafe, stay away and call Carroll EMC’s 24-Hour Emergency and Member Services Line at 770-832-3552.


Outage/Storm Recovery

Follow experts’ advice for staying safe during an outage and in the aftermath of severe storms. Read Tips



When it comes to the electrical sources inside your home, make safety your first priority. Read Tips



Be careful around electricity distribution equipment and service personnel. Learn More


Deadly Risks: Electricity & Metal Thefts

Some people gamble with their lives when they try to steal power or copper from Carroll EMC. What You Can Do


Electric-Powered Medical Support Equipment

Customers having a medical necessity for electricity should notify Carroll EMC. Learn More


Safety Programs

Carroll EMC provides educational programs about power safety. Schedule Program


Call Before You Dig

Knowing where utility lines are buried can protect you from physical harm. Get Details