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Fire Works Safety Tips for Diwali

Hey little ones! It has been a long long wait for us. And finally, Deepavali is knocking on our doors once more. After one whole year it is time again to indulge in a grand celebration with fireworks. While you have fun we would, however, always advice you to keep a check on yourself and not get carried away. Fireworks can be dangerous and a little carelessness on your part can result in serious damages of property and physical harm - of you and your loved ones. So scroll down and have a look at our Fire Works Safety Tips for Diwali. While you have a sparkling time, follow these simple precautions to keep safe. We request you to click here and pass on this page to as many people as you know. Make this Diwali a safe time for you and your close ones. Shubh Deepavali!


kid holding firework
  • Always use under adult supervision
  • Purchase only legal fireworks, available at approved stands
  • Read and follow instructions given on the fireworks packs
  • Always keep water and sand nearby, and a water hose pipe if possible.
  • Fireworks are for strict outdoor use.
  • Never try to make your own fireworks
  • Never relight fireworks that appear to have gone out. Wait for 15 minutes, and then soak the firework in a bucket of water.
  • Only light one firework at a time
  • Never allow small children to go near fireworks
  • Store in a cool dry place
  • Never lean over top of fireworks to light them
  • Tie hair back, wear caps, wear safety goggles and no loose fitting clothes. Wear cotton clothes, and cover your body as much as possible. Shoes are a must.
  • Sparklers should be immersed in sand or water bucket as soon as they appear out - they are still very hot and are known to cause the maximum number of accidental burns to children.

After you finish — be responsible. Make arrangement to clear up all the mess the next morning. Wash your hands and feet, and firework material can be toxic, and s bad for your health.

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