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December 2015

Be Safe This New Year’s Evening

New Year’s night is to have fun and bash with family and friends. However safety is equally important to keep in mind while having party at home or somewhere else. Here are some safety tips to keep you safe and sound while you are having party.

Be Safe This New Year’s Evening

Keep a Driver along with you: If you are hard core party lover and your party is not completed without hard drinks then you should not drink and drive. Take your driver along with you or let the person who is not drunk take the wheel. There are maximum chances of accidents on occasions like this where people are expected to drink and drive. Don’t forget there is someone waiting for you at your home. So be careful and safe. For more new year safety tips visit happynewyearblog.

Be Alert: Don get carried away with the crowd in the party. Beware of your surroundings and hoe people are acting. Stay away from people who you think might cause harm. Be in your senses and keep control on yourself while drinking. If someone is really intoxicated, prevent them from trying to drive or leaving with someone they do not know. It’s important to keep an eye out for each other.

Stick Together: Weather you are going with your family or friends. Try and be together all the time. Take care of each other and keep an eye on each other’s actions and outsider’s behaviors. Going out to parties and nightclubs means a fast-paced, crazy night; so be sure to travel in groups. Having a safety net around you in this environment is imperative.

Don’t forget about your pets: They are just as much a part of the family as everyone else. If you are using fireworks, anything with loud noises, or fire, be sure that pets are kept at a distance as well as children. None of these are a good mix.

Be careful with open flames: If you’re burning candles, incense or oil burners, remember to extinguish them before you turn in or before you leave the room they are burning in. Pay extra attention to pets and children around open flames.

Be extra careful with Fireworks: If you are letting off fireworks in a residential area, be sure to practice proper safety precautions when using them. Let off fireworks in a field or other open area where homes and power lines are out of sight. Have a fire extinguisher nearby and never try to re-light a firework that did not go off when first lit. Also, be sure pets and children are at a safe distance from where fireworks are being ignited. Finally, always have an adult present when using any type of firework.

Everyone wants to have an unforgettable night — in a good way. By simply using some common sense, we can keep it that way. Ring in the New Year safely.