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Fireworks Safety Tips

If personal fireworks are allowed in your part of the world, be sure to follow these important fireworks safety tips.

General Fireworks Safety Tips
These fireworks safety tips were published in the Honolulu Advertiser Newspaper on July 2, 2008.
-Use only approved fireworks from licensed stores.
-Always follow fireworks instructions.
-Never aim fireworks at people, animals or buildings.
-Never ignite fireworks indoors.
-Light fireworks on a smooth, flat surface away from buildings, dry plants or flammable items.
-Have a hose or a water bucket ready.
-Adults should always supervise children.
-Alcohol and fireworks do not mix.
-Always wear eye protection.
-When lighting fireworks, never put any part of your body over them.
-Never relight dud fireworks.

Firecracker Stringing Safety Tips
In July of 2008 the Hawaiian Electric company pubished these safety tips for lighting strings of firecrackers.
-Only set up fireworks in areas that are completely clear of overhead power lines.
-Never string fireworks on power poles, telephone poles, or any other type of utility pole.
-If you are are using a ladder, a long stick, or a tie line to set up fireworks keep those items far away from power lines. Power lines are energized and not insulated, and they can cause an electrical shock, burn, or even a fatal electrocution. .

See also:
- Fireworks Permits in Hawaii
- Fireworks Laws in Hawaii
- The Movement to Ban Fireworks in Hawaii
- More About Fireworks in Hawaii



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