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Title: Holiday Safety Tips From Coastal Training Technologies Author: patsyh Last modified by: caleb Created Date: 11/14/2005 10:23:13 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Holiday Safety Tips


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Holiday Safety Tips
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Fire Safety
  • Always place candles in holders that will not
    tip.
  • Be sure candles are nowhere near curtains and
    draperies.
  • Extinguish all candles before leaving your home
    or going to sleep.
  • Warn children about the dangers of candles,
    matches and other flames.

3
Fireplaces
  • Dont use your fireplace to burn wrapping
    materials they may create toxic fumes or even a
    flash fire.
  • Use kindling and wooden matches to light fires
    not flammable liquids.
  • Always use a fire screen.
  • Dont close the chimney flue until youre sure
    the fire is completely out.

4
Smoke Detectors and Fire Extinguishers
  • A smoke detector should be installed on each
    floor of your home.
  • Carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless and
    lethal. A detector can save lives.
  • Be sure you have a working fire extinguisher on
    hand and inspect it regularly.

5
Holiday Food Preparation
  • Keep food, utensils, preparation surfaces and
    hands clean.
  • Keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold.
  • After the meal, refrigerate the food as soon as
    possible.
  • Stuff your turkey just before cooking to avoid
    spoilage.

6
Holiday Traveling
  • Dont overload your car or obstruct your view
    with suitcases and packages.
  • Avoid eating a heavy meal before leaving for a
    trip this will help you stay more alert.
  • Follow other vehicles at a safe distance.

7
Holiday Traveling
  • When traveling in winter weather, take a
    survival kit with first-aid supplies, blankets,
    flash light and batteries, shovel and
    quick-energy foods.
  • Its a good idea to take a bag of salt, sand or
    cat litter to use for traction if stuck in ice or
    snow.
  • Always buckle up!

8
Avoid Holiday Stress
  • Dont blow your budget! Decide how much you can
    spend and stick to it.
  • Budget time wisely, too. Dont over commit free
    time.
  • Start planning your gift list early to avoid
    last-minute panic.
  • Dont try to do it all yourself.

9
Be safe and have a wonderful holiday season!
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