Tips for a Safe Halloween
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Tips for a Safe Halloween

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Tips for a Safe Halloween In just a few days, the kids will be dressing up in costumes and going trick-or-treating. In some cases, adults will be heading off to their own Halloween parties with friends and coworkers.

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Published 05 November 2015
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Tips for a Safe Halloween
In just a few days, the kids will be dressing up in costumes and going trick-or-treating. In some cases, adults will be heading off to their own Halloween parties with friends and coworkers. It is the start of the annual holiday season that will see us all doing more things, going more places, and getting together with friends and family.
To start the season off right, here are some tips for a safe Halloween. If we all do our part, we can create a safer holiday for both kids and adults alike.
Costumes and Reflective Tape
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Flexible Costume Accessories
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Traveling in Groups
Whether your children are younger or older, it is always a good idea to travel in groups. Two or three sets of parents can better keep an eye on an entire group of kids then just one. And, of course, younger children should never go trick-or-treating without adults. Teenagers can go alone, but they should still travel in groups of four or more.
Caution with Jack-O’-Lanterns
Carved pumpkins illuminated with real candlespopularly known as Jack-o’-lanternsare an American tradition. But they can be dangerous for both trick-or-treaters and adults. Be sure to keep them away from walkways and porch steps. It’s ďest to eliŵiŶate aŶLJ risk of aĐĐideŶtallLJ kŶoĐkiŶg oŶe over aŶd starting a fire, so place your jack-o’-lanterns on sturdy tables or plastic crates. If you plan to use one indoors, do not leave it unattended or place it near curtains or upholstered items.
Adequate Exterior Lighting
It is true that darkness does enhance the allure of Halloween, but it also can be dangerous. Protect all of your guests by making sure you have adequate exterior lighting on walkways, driveways, and porches. And of course, keeping your porch light on during the trick-or-treating hours is the best way to let families know your home is friendly.
Entering Strange Homes
Children should be instructed to never enter the home of anyone they do not already know. Trick-or-treating should always be conducted from the porch or walkway. Even as an adult, you should be wary of entering a strange home if invited by the homeowner.
Halloween is a wonderful holiday that kids enjoy tremendously. When it is also a safe holiday, kids create lasting memories they will carry with them for a lifetime. AtMonitronics, we want to wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween. And remember, be sure to set your alarm system if you plan to go out for the evening. We will keep an eye on your property while you are out enjoying the evening.
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