- They suggest enjoying a public fireworks display, but if you do intend to set off fireworks at home, wear eye protection, light one at a time (and don’t try to re-light one that didn’t go off), don’t point or throw them at people, animals or vehicles–and never give them to small kids.
- Don’t leave picnic or barbeque foods out in the heat.
- Don’t leave kids or pets in your vehicle because the heat can be deadly.
- Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated in this crazy Florida heat.
For a full list of Summer Safety Tips, check out the Red Cross Of Central Florida website.
It's the #FirstDayOfSummer, but 'this is us' for most of the year. ???? Be safe as temperatures soar. Find #RedCross heat safety tips and learn signs of heat-related illnesses here: https://t.co/oHMT4CDWDO #ThursdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/Fd6poC7m5t— Red Cross Central FL (@RedCrossCFL) June 21, 2018