SRP employee shares cautionary tale of electrical safety
Sharing this rather scary experience of an SRP employee and customer, who came home to his “Christmas miracle” over the holiday weekend.
Like many of us, Michael McNamara, a photographer here at SRP, had left his holidays lights plugged in before leaving the house, so they’d be on when he and his family returned home. But when they did, the house was all dark.
SRP employees collect nearly 6,000 homemade cookies
Many of the nation’s military members are spending the holidays away from home while stationed at bases across the globe. That’s why SRPVETS (an employee interest group at Salt River Project) is distributing thousands of cookies to our dedicated men and women who are currently stationed away from home.
Tips to enjoy the holiday season safely
How many hours did you spend unraveling the holiday lights from storage? Now that your house is probably looking all festive with that sweat equity, hope you also took a few minutes to make sure all those lights, inflatables and holiday laser light projectors are installed safely this holiday season.
Each year, fire departments across the country respond to hundreds of home structure fires that begin with Christmas trees or holiday lights, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
SRP employees donate toys, clothes
More than 200 SRP employees participated in the 22nd Annual Adopt-an-Angel event benefiting underprivileged students at Fowler Elementary School District.
Students made a wish list and employees stepped up and donated toys and clothes for 312 underprivileged students who may otherwise not have had a gift under the tree this year.