Holiday Safety Tips

Be Careful with Holiday Candles

Keep candles away from decorations or other combustible materials. Don’t leave children or pets unattended in a room with lit candles where they can be knocked over. Keep candles, matches, and lighters out of the reach of children. Avoid using candles during parties. Never display lighted candles in windows or near exits.

Designate a Driver

When attending a party, designate a non‐drinking driver. If you are hosting a holiday gathering, be sure there are non‐alcoholic beverages for guests who are driving. Remember, that responsibility is yours if you let someone drive home from your party and they have had too much to drink.

Buckle Up

During the holiday months, people travel more than ever. Wearing a seat belt may prevent injury in a motor vehicle collision. Ensure that all passengers are wearing safety belts. Seat children in the back seat of the car and in approved safety seats if younger than six years old, or according to local law.

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