Fireworks are fun for wise guys who remember,
remember on the fifth of November (and at any other time) to follow simple safety
guidelines when holding a bonfire beano in their garden:-
- Make sure they're well away from fences, garden sheds and houses and
are not hiding any hedgehogs!
- Never light them with flammable liquids such as petrol or paraffin.
- Ensure fully extinguished before going back indoors.
- Keep in a sealed box or tin and use them one at a time, replacing the
- NEVER put fireworks in your pocket.
- NEVER use a naked flame to light fireworks - light
them at arms length using a taper or firework lighter.
- Stand well back and never return to a firework after it has been lit
- it could explode.
- Ensure children using sparklers are supervised at all times. Do
not tough sparklers when they go out - they will still burn you and dispose of them in a
bucket of cold water.
And don't forget:
- Keep a bucket of water and a garden hose handy.
More information on firework safety
Reproduced by kind permission of West Sussex District Council (www.westsussex.gov.uk)
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