Halloween does not have to be dangerous

First of All - LIGHT IT UP THIS HALLOWEEN! Dark is not only spooky, but dangerous, too - carry light sticks and flashlights when you go out - see where you are headed, and make sure others (especially drivers!) see you.

Make sure Costumes are safe:

  • 100_6937Only purchase or make Costumes from flame retardant materials
  • Trim costumes with reflective tape
  • Carry flashlights (glow sticks, flaming skulls, light sabers, etc.)
  • Costumes should be short enough to prevent children from tripping and falling
  • Wear well-fitting, sturdy shoes
  • Masks should fit! Using face paint or make-up whenever possible is a great alternative
  • Make certain the eye holes are large enough for good peripheral vision
  • Swords, knives, and similar costume accessories should be of soft and flexible material
  • If it’s cold outside, wear warm clothes under the costume and carry body warmers!

If you set jack-o-lanterns on your porch with candles in them, make sure that they are far enough out of the way so that kids costumes won't accidentally be set on fire.

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