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At Cobb EMC, we are committed to working safely and effectively to protect members and employees. We strive to bring you the power of safety through education and community outreach, with safety tools, resources and programs such as Cobb EMC’s high voltage safety demonstrations provided by our safety department personnel and the Electric Avenue.

Our Safety Commitment
Cobb EMC, through the commitment of its safety committees, employees, management and board of directors strives to achieve an accident and injury free environment for its employees, members and the community.

Cobb EMC is proud to be an active participant in the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s (NRECA) Rural Electric Safety Achievement Program (RESAP), a comprehensive system-wide approach to improving safety. Additional recognition includes full safety accreditation from the Electric Cooperative Safety Accreditation Program of Georgia (ECSAP), a program that promotes the highest standards of safety among electric co-ops in Georgia and underscores Cobb EMC’s dedication to safety.

When it comes to electricity inside and outside of your home, safety should always be your number one priority.


Safety tips from Cobb EMC
Home safety
Electric and power line safety
Storm safety
Holiday safety


Liability Claim Form

Click here to print a Liability Claim Form.


Emergency Info

Never touch someone who has been electrocuted and is in contact with a power line. Call 911 immediately! Don't attempt to move the power line. 

  • To report an outage, downed power lines or trees on lines, call Cobb EMC at (770) 429-2100. 

  • To report power theft to Cobb EMC, click here.

  • For general safety questions or concerns, email





Safety tip
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Storm Safety Guide
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