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Safety tips for a SAFE trick – or – treat


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S  –  Soft and flexible swords and knives make for a safe and fun night

A  –  Avoid being alone while you are trick-or-treating. Stay in groups and/or with people you trust.

F  –  Fasten reflective material to your costumes to help you stand out drivers.

E  –  Examine all of your treats for any form of tampering, and for choking hazards, before eating   your well-deserved treats.




H  –  Have a nice and bright flashlight with you while trick-or-treating to help you see and for others see you. Walk from house to house and try and to avoid walking on the streets.

A  –  Always test a small area first when applying make-up. Remove to remove all make-up before going to bed to prevent possible skin and/or eye irritations.

L  –  Look both ways before crossing the street. Always use crosswalks when possible.  Lower your risk for eye injuries by not wearing contact lenses for decorations.

O  –  Only walk facing traffic and on the sidewalks, or on the far edge of the road, to help you be more visible to drivers.

W  –  Wear well-fitting costumes, masks, and shoes to avoid tripping, falling or blocking your vision.

E  –  Eat only properly wrapped factory sealed treats. Avoid eating treats made by strangers.

E  –  Enter homes only of trusted friends and/or with an adult. Only trick-or-treat at houses that are well-lit. Never accept rides from strangers.

N  –  Never go near lit candles or open flames. Be sure to wear flame-resistant costumes/clothing.


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