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    Top 3 trip hazards on a camping site

    Camping holidays can be exceptional fun, but sometimes they are ruined by trip injuries. To prevent camping accidents, it is wise to be aware of potential risks. Here are some of the most common trip hazards on a camping site. Trip hazards on a camping site Trip and slip injuries are the most common accidents….

    The dangers of guy ropes

    Guy ropes are an essential part of any camping holiday. They hold the tent in place and help keep your structure secure. However, they are also the cause of many of the most common camping holiday accidents. What are the main dangers of guy ropes? Slips, trips and falls Guy ropes are probably the most….

    Objects you should never put on a bonfire

    There are some things that you should never put on a bonfire. Often, November the 5th is seen as an opportunity to get rid of unwanted household waste. Contributions to community bonfires are numerous and varied. However, it is essential that someone who knows what they are doing is in charge. Putting the wrong thing….

    How to safely extinguish a campfire

    Knowing how to safely extinguish a campfire ensures your night under the stars goes off without a hitch. Campfire accidents can cause serious injuries and ruin what should be an enjoyable experience for all. Therefore, it’s essential that you have the tools and knowledge to extinguish a campfire safely and effectively. How to safely extinguish….

    Why you should safety check gas camp fires

    Gas camp fires are great. They are the perfect things to sit around, grill a few burgers and watch the sun go down during the summer months whilst listening to someone try and play the guitar (there’s always someone trying to play the guitar). However, gas camp fires, if not operated sensibly and safely, also….

    Preparing for a camping trip on the moors

    A camping trip on the moors can be one of the most scenic and serene staycations that the UK has to offer. Going back to basics, taking in the beautiful, rugged green of the Pennines, a camping trip on the moors can be just what the doctor ordered. Yet, if you are hoping to pin down the pegs….

    What to do if a camp fire burns out of control

    Having a camp fire is a significant part of the ‘romance’ of camping for many. Unfortunately, if a camp fire burns out of control, the romance can all too easily turn into tragedy unless it is dealt with quickly and effectively. Here is what to do to when a camp fire burns out of control….

    Common camping injuries

    ContentsExamples of common camping accidents and injuriesAre campsites safe?What should you do if you suffer from campsite injuries?Do you need to seek treatment for your campsite injuries?Seek legal advice if you think a third party was responsible for your injuriesCamping must surely rank as one of the most fun holidays you could have in the….

    What are the differences between camping and glamping?

    Perhaps you’re considering a family getaway in the serenity of the wilderness, but you’re not quite sure how you’ll fare without your creature comforts? If this is the case, it’s likely that you’re more suited to glamping than good old-fashioned camping. But what are the key differences between camping and glamping? Well, if risking slips,….

    Is it dangerous to operate a coal barbecue indoors?

    Summer has arrived and it’s barbecue season. If you’re planning to get the family round, you’re hosting a garden party or you’re preparing for a barbecue at work, here are some safety tips to protect you and your guests or customers and prevent accidents at work. Is it dangerous to operate a coal barbecue inside?….

    Safety tips for when camping in Australia

    If you’re planning on embarking on an adventure Down Under, there are numerous precautions that, when taken, can help minimise the risk of accidents when camping in Australia. We take a look at a few of the best ways to stay safe when camping in Australia. Plan ahead Doing some research about the place you….

    Safety check: Gas barbecues vs coal barbecues

    Summer is in full swing and many of us will be enjoying barbecues in the garden with friends and family. Barbecues are quick and simple and they produce delicious meals, but there is such a vast range of styles and products on offer it can be difficult to choose the perfect barbecue. There are coal….

    Risks of hiring a campervan on holiday in Australia

    Backpacking abroad is a great adventure and hiring a campervan on holiday in Australia can give the freedom and independence to explore that other means of transport do not offer. Nevertheless, there are risks involved and the chance of road traffic accidents are increased if you aren’t prepared for the conditions. Roads Steep and winding Australian….

    How should campsite owners protect their visitors?

    During your stay on any campsite, the campsite owners have a legal duty of care to ensure your health and safety, as far as reasonable measures allow. Campsite owners will need to undertake a number of assessments of the site in order to ensure that it is safe to camp on and must abide by….

    Identifying the threat of gas on UK caravan holidays

    Many UK caravan holidays are cut short as a result of gas-related accidents. In order to successfully prevent such accidents on holiday, it is necessary to first of all identify the possible threats of gas at camping sites. Appliances Camping cookers, lighting and even cooling appliances are often run on gas. Faulty or incorrectly installed appliances,….

    What safety measures should I have in place for my UK caravan holiday?

    A UK caravan holiday is a great way for the family to spend time together and see some of the country. But if you don’t take the appropriate precautions you may be putting yourself at risk from an accident on the road. There is nothing stopping you from packing up your belongings, jumping in the….

    How to safely cook whilst camping

    Cooking when camping can be an extremely enjoyable experience. A perfectly grilled steak can be the perfect way to round off a weekend’s camping. In this article, Accident Advice Helpline looks at some important safety tips when camping and how to avoid any nasty accidents. Preparation Safety begins before the grill has even been lit…..

    How to safely pack sharps in your camping kit

    Summer is coming, the school holidays are getting closer and the holiday season is almost upon us, and although it’’s a fun and exciting time, the summer is a time for increased travel accident compensation claims. If you are planning a camping holiday this summer and want to avoid a travel accident, then make sure….

    Five precautionary methods to prevent camping accidents

    Camping is not only a family favourite but a must when attending festivals, as well as a cheaper option when travelling abroad. Going back to basics can be a lot of fun, but in order for such holidays to be a success there are a few things to remember in terms of keep the trip….

    How to avoid attracting wild animals while camping

    If you’’re planning a once in a lifetime camping holiday in a far-flung destination, such as Canada or South Africa, you may be looking forward to seeing wild animals in their natural habitat. While this is likely to be a breathtaking and unforgettable experience, the last thing you want is to encroach on a territorial….

    What kind of accidents can I experience while camping?

    Camping is a popular way of enjoying holidays in the ‘great outdoors’. Unfamiliar surroundings, excitement and a difference in how things are done can, however, lead to accidents. Fire One of the most significant risks during camping, fires can be the result of carelessly positioned or faulty open fires, barbecues, heaters or stoves. Avoiding injuries….

    How to safely set up camp at a summer music festival

    One of the most popular activities during the summer season is to attend a music festival. Such adventures can lead to unforgettable memories and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Unfortunately, should disaster strike, they can also leave a sour taste and be remembered for all the wrong reasons. How can I avoid slips, trips and falls, as well….

    5 items to take in your camping first aid kit

    Slips, trips and falls on camping sites are some of the most common causes for holiday-related injuries. Camping, by nature, involves periods outside where ground may be uneven, you can be subject to adverse weather conditions, and there is an abundance of unfamiliar flora and fauna. Slips, trips and falls: Preparing your first aid kit….

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