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Ensure that the Halloween holiday is safe

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By Lisa Braxton

Halloween is a fun and spooky time of the year for kids who love to dress up and get lots of treats to eat. It’s also the perfect time to remind everyone about trick-or-treating safely. For anyone wanting to raise safety awareness before the big event, NFPA’s Halloween Safety

The Halloween Safety Tips for Children video offers safety precautions as well, and you can review the latest “creepy-crawly” Halloween fire safety tips from NFPA on the Martha Stewart Living website. While you’re at it, check out NFPA’s Halloween safety web page.

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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