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Independence Day Safety Tips

On July 2, 2018, In Safety Tips,
  1. Make sure fireworks are legal in the state your in before purchasing or using them.
  2. Always have a professional handle fireworks. Never let kids use fire works even just sparklers.
  3. If you do set off fireworks keep a hose or water close by.
  4. If you have a dud firework, do not try to re-use it! Soak it with water and throw it away.
  5. Never ignite fireworks in a container, especially one that is glass or metal.
  6. Move your grill away from your house, deck, and from underneath any trees.
  7. Make sure to open your gas grill cover before lighting it.
  8. Clean off the grease build up on your grill and catch tray before using it to prevent it from catching on fire.
  9. Ensure kids do not play near the grill or fire pit.
  10. Don’t wear loose or baggy clothing around fireworks, grill or fire pit.

When you think of the 4th of July, fire works and a barbecue always comes to mind. If you are not going to a professional show and plan to set them off yourself, do so understanding that they are INCREDIBLY DANGEROUS. In 2016 alone 4 people died, there were over 11,000 injuries (16% were caused by sparklers and 30% involving children) and 18,000 fires caused by fireworks. If you live in Massachusetts, understand that fireworks are illegal.

Massachusetts Department of Professional Licensure
License No. C-1111

Massachusetts Department of Public Safety
S-License No. SS CO 0160

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