June 22, 2016 Mila Adamovica Share
Eye Protection, General Safety, Hand Protection
4th of July, eye protection, fireworks, fireworks safety, fr clothing, hand protection, head protection, Independence Day fireworks
The Fourth of July is a time to enjoy fireworks in the company of family and friends. The first commemorative Independence Day fireworks were set off by John Adams in 1777. Since then, the nation has celebrated this holiday by staging pyrotechnic extravaganza shows with live music and family fun, or just by lighting smaller displays at home. Explorer Richard Byrd even set off fireworks to salute the USA in Antarctica on a day that was comparatively warm for that region (- 30°F)!
The thrill of fireworks could be ruined by unexpected explosions and injuries. No one wants the drama of dealing with an accident. Here’s our guide on how to stay safe around fireworks.
Follow these safety tips when using fireworks to avoid accidents:
When you follow safety rules, fireworks are a wonderful way to add fun and excitement to your family gatherings.
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