In June, the National Safety Council celebrated National Safety Month by publishing materials on various topics focusing on saving lives and preventing injuries, from the workplace to anyplace. This year, the NCS has focused its efforts on relevant topics for keeping workers safe in the new normal.
Recent heavy rains have washed a substantial amount of debris into the lakes, so we advise boaters to watch for hazards. Those not familiar with the area should be extra-cautious when boating or swimming in the lakes.
While we may be celebrating pride at a safe distance this year due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, Entergy is committed to creating a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging for all employees, this month, and every month.
Let's start with snakes.
Power outages have many causes. Among them are falling trees, high winds, ice, equipment failure, cars running into poles and animals. Today we're going to talk about animals.
Crews expect to restore power by tonight to the vast majority of customers who can accept service after severe weather Thursday knocked out power to about 40,000 Louisiana customers. Some customers scattered across Greater Baton Rouge and Kentwood in Tangipahoa Parish may not be restored until early tomorrow.
Entergy's Executive Vice President and General Counsel was recognized as one of the 27 top in-house lawyers globally by the Financial Times newspaper.
The pandemic put a pause on a lot of things in the world, but it didn't slow our commitment to continue to power life for our customers.
Preparing for a storm is a challenge that Entergy New Orleans lineworkers train for year-round, but it takes a little different effort and resilience to restore power during a dual event.
In its fourth year, the program awarded $100K-plus to nine organizations serving 16 counties