Halloween is just a few days away and kids are so excited for the celebration. It's fun for children but at the same time it can be scary too. So taking safety measures is very important for parents. Here are 5 tips to stay safe this Halloween for everyone.
Road safety: During Halloween, pedestrian traffic increases so every one of us needs to be more aware on the road. Parents should talk to their children about road safety and keep an eye when kids are on roads. Halloween weather is mostly snowy or rainy that creates poor visibility and thousands of kids in every sort of outfit, including many dressed in black, create a definite probable for injury. So be safe!
Avoid candies from strangers: Wrapped gifted candies should first be inspected by elders before giving it to kids. Even adults are so busy in enjoying drinks that they ignore who is pouring. Never leave your drink unattended.
Firework: Halloween is all about light and crackers. However you must have a permit to use them. Fireworks should always be discharged responsibly in open areas.
Protect your pets: Halloween is fun for you but don't forget it can be a scary and dangerous time for both pets and farm animals. Loud noises, regular door-knocking and fireworks outside may spook pets, force them to dart into traffic or even jump through windows. Don't dress them heavily; they can be uncomfortable in the same. The most important keep candies away from your pets.
Keep your eyes open, little extra common sense, preventable measures can help everyone to have fun, faux scary Halloween, not a truly horrifying one.
Have a Happy and safe Halloween!