Independence Day Fire Safety
Staying Safe on Independence Day is sometimes not the first priority. 4th. of July is a fun family time holiday, its great for cook outs, beach trips and yes Fireworks. Most all people associate the two together. They are bright colorful and make a exciting loud noise throughout.
Kids find fireworks to be the most intriguing of all. Fire works are also a number one cause of fires and burns associated to the combustible material they are made of. If you and your loved ones choose to engage in a night of Fireworks this Holiday please follow these safety tips.
-The Best Way To Enjoy Fireworks
To view public Fireworks Displays put on and conducted by the professionals in a public location
-If You Plan To Use Fireworks
Ensure they are legal to purchase in your area
-Always Read The Directions
Warning labels are located on all fireworks. If a devise is not marked with the contents, directions and a warning label, do not light
-Stand Several Feet Away At All Times
If a device does not go off or ignite, do not stand over it or pick it up to investigate. Do put it out in water and dispose of properly
Always supervise children at all times
Every One have a Safe and Happy 4th. of July