Halloween Safety Tips

With Halloween just a few weeks away, it is important to go over the basic safety tips with children and adults to avoid any accidents while enjoying the holiday festivities. Due to the pandemic, the world has not been able to celebrate the spooky season as usual and activities and celebrations needed to be adjusted to ensure everyone involved stays safe and healthy. This year, it is important to take the same approach with health in mind, but as the seasons change so do the protocols and safety measures.

Here are some classic and new ways to stay safe while having fun.

 

Make a Game Plan

 Since spookiness and mystery are a big part of the spirit of Halloween, many activities people participate in occur at night in the dark. While thinking of your costume this year, it is best to consider light colours and bright features, like reflective tape, so that you are easier to spot. Discuss with your friends or loved ones where you will be going and how to communicate, whether you are going to a party or even trick-or-treating. Choose a well-lit area that the group knows well and try to stick together. Having a safety plan and agenda is crucial for a night when more pranks and mischief are occurring. Even with a well-thought-out plan accidents can still unfold amongst the fun. After calling 911 in an emergency, call #1000 for expert help from the personal injury lawyers at Dye & Russell.

 

Supervise the Fun

With all the excitement of creative costumes, haunted houses, parties, and trick-or-treating comes many opportunities for accidents to happen. Supervising the activities is crucial to avoid any injury that could interrupt the holiday festivities. After trick-or-treating, all the candy the kids have proudly collected needs to be examined and sorted to detect any tampering or allergies. Any candy that seems suspicious should be tossed out immediately and kept out of children’s reach. Along the same lines for adults, it is important to not consume any suspicious drinks or food and to monitor how much is consumed. We cannot keep track of what is going on around us 24/7 and accidents may happen in those moments. After an accident, it is smart to contact a personal injury lawyer, like the ones at Dye & Russell, to understand your next steps and the resources available to you.  We are here to support you after a personal injury and help you along the road to recovery.

 

Caution About Stranger Danger

Talk with your loved ones about which houses to approach when trick-or-treating and the dangers of strangers on Halloween. Amongst the costumes, masks, and makeup, it can be harder to recognize the people around you, especially at night. Inform your loved ones not to approach homes or buildings with the lights off, ones that have no decorations, and explain the dangers of entering a stranger’s home. Stay in your groups and with the people you know to have a fun and memorable holiday.

 

Even when precautions are taken, accidents can still occur. If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident, contact the professionals at Dye & Russell today for your FREE Claim Assessment and more helpful resources. Reach us toll-free at 1-877-883-6171 or visit us online to speak with a live agent. Your road to recovery is important to us.

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