Safety Tips to Ensure Fireworks Safety this 4th of July Holiday
Entry #2605, July 1, 2013
Do you want to celebrate the 4th of July with fireworks? Fireworks should do it perfectly! It’s somewhat customary to light up fireworks during the 4th of July. This works best especially those who wanted to add some noise and glitter to the celebration.
But there’s no fun when accidents happen. Although there are only a few isolated cases that are linked to fireworks, but then it should not be taken for granted. Safety precautions are needed and should be observed at all time.
To ensure fireworks safety this 4th of July, here are some helpful guidelines:
Only buy from authorized dealers
Safety starts from where it begins. Always buy from authorized dealers or retailers for your fireworks. These stores know exactly how to use, distribute and preserve the fireworks, Also, these stores ensure that the fireworks you buy are authentic and passed the safety standards. You can be sure that it will fire and work as desired.
Know exactly the type of fireworks you are using
Fireworks are created in various ways. There are those that fly and fire while others are fountain of fire. Whatever fireworks you have, it is very important to know exactly how it works. You have guidelines on how to use it on its label. This procedure should be complied strictly. If it’s too small for you to read, ask for assistance from the store you are buying it.
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Designate a person-in-charge
This person should be a responsible adult who can handle the fireworks very well. He or she must be an experienced individual who knows how to do it. The person-in-charge doesn’t have to be an expert about fireworks but someone who don’t drink and fire. Also, it is important that this person is in-charge of the safety materials like fire extinguishers and water.
Bear in mind that not all areas allow fireworks without asking permission to designated authorities. It’s a sure fun-filled 4th of July experience that you will definitely remember.
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