Safety During the Holidays. Holiday Safety Tips . Injuries & Holiday Decorations. Holiday decorations make a home look festive, but improper use can result in injuries, deaths, and property loss. According to the U.S. Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC) approximately:
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Holiday Safety Tips
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Keep fresh tree stands filled with water.
Dried out Christmas trees are a fire hazard.
Check each set of tree and out door lights for frayed, loose, broken bulbs, and loose connections.
Throw away damaged light sets.
Don’t overload outlets.
Turn off lights when in bed or when not home.Check The Halls for Fire Safety
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Stay alert at all times, pay attention to your surroundings.
Park in well lit areas, lock your car, hide packages in trunk. Be alert in parking garages and decks.
Don’t overload yourself with packages
Watch for ice and snow in parking areas
Have keys ready in hand before heading to parking lot.Bad Boys, Bad Boys,…
Use UL of FM approved extension cords and lights. Make sure cords can handle the intended load . Use surge protector when needed.
Inspect cords and lights, for broken, and frayed wiring, and bulbs. Make sure 3-prongs cords used are grounded properly.
Use three points of contact on ladders, follow safe procedures when using ladders. Beware of overhead power lines.
Beware of frost, ice, and other slip potential when working on roofs, and working up high. Tie off if necessary.
Unplug lights when using staple guns to secure lights to buildings.Wahoo Buddy, Shock and Falls of a Lifetime.
Be Responsible Don’t Drink & Drive
or it can be one of the saddest. Take the time to do activities with safety in mind.
Created by Pat Gazewood