#childsafety | Diwali safety tips for kids as well as parents

Despite the government ban, firecrackers are still a big part of Diwali celebration. Especially when you have children and teens in the family.

What you can do:

– First and foremost, avoid bursting firecrackers, if possible at all.

– Do not burst crackers that emit a lot of noise and smoke.

– If you plan to buy, buy firecrackers from trusted brands and stores to make sure they are of good quality.

– Explain your children to burn crackers under elder supervision.

– Lit the crackers in an open space and burst only one cracker at a time.

– Keep a water bucket handy that can be used in case of an accident.

– Do not stand to close to where crackers are being burst.

Waste disposal

Make sure to dispose off the burnt crackers safely. Half burnt crackers can cause hazard. So, stack up the used sparklers, chakaris and phuljaris in a bucket of water before throwing them away.


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