4th of july safety tips

4th of July Safety Tips in Ventura, CA

Keep your Independence Day independent from issues with these 4th of July safety tips. 

The holiday weekend is almost here! We’re all waiting for June Gloom to pass so we can get some fully sunny days. If improved weather aligns with the 4th of July, Ventura County will be celebrating in full force. Before you light up the grill and pull out the sparklers, though, give some thought to potential issues. Keep just a few 4th of July safety tips in mind, and you can enjoy your holiday weekend hassle-free.

At the barbecue.

Grilling is a staple in Independence Day celebrations. Can you blame us for loving the opportunity to grill delicious food for the people we love while enjoying our Southern California weather? Of course not! Just make sure that before you light up your grill, you’ve put safeguards in place. If you’ve got a gas grill, quickly check it for leaks before the holiday weekend. Make sure your grill is positioned at least 10 feet away from your house, nearby foliage that could catch, and any other flammable materials. Teach your kids to steer clear of the grill area, and enlist them in helping to keep their friends and any pets at a safe distance.

Around fireworks. 

In light of the Thomas Fires, most Ventura County residents will most likely be practicing extra care with their fireworks this year. The Ventura County Fire Department has a brief list of firework safety guidelines as a good refresher. Even sparklers can be dangerous. They can burn at temperatures of up to 2000 degrees C! If you’re burning sparklers this 4th of July, keep a few buckets of water nearby to safely douse them.

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