Wellness - Safety/First Aid | 1-18 yrs

How To Have A Safe Diwali

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“Safety is as simple as ABC — Always Be Careful” — Unknown

Diwali is called the Festival of Lights as it brings joy and togetherness for the entire family. However, as parents, the safety of your children is foremost in your mind. You want to take all the precautions you can just to ensure that your children have accident-free celebrations.

Despite many initiatives to ban or limit the burning of firecrackers, children are likely to light up some crackers. Do you know that improper handling of firecrackers can even lead to serious burns and loss of vision in extreme cases? As a parent, limit the number of firecrackers your child lights and always be there with him.

ParentCircle presents five informative videos on Diwali safety. The fun videos show you how to light firecrackers in a correct way.

Apart from that, there are safety tips for a safe Diwali and additional information on First Aid during Diwali. Flip through the pages of the ClipBook and watch the cute videos to learn and teach your children the correct way of lighting firecrackers like a bomb, rocket, ground chakkar, flower pot and sparklers.

Enjoy your Diwali to the fullest, however, remember the famous quote by the president of the Grand Trunk Railway, Charles Melville Hays — “Safety First is Safety Always.”


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