Health and safety in Solihull on bonfire night
Solihull is a huge city, and there’s lots of opportunities to drive around and find a good display to see. Check the listings first, as you might find a good free one, or see what friends recommend.
Or maybe you already have a good idea of what you’d like, as there’s a favourite display that you like to go and see every year! Either way, get wrapped up warmly, bundle the kids in the car and go and have fun!
Be safe on Bonfire Night
Of course, you need to explain to your children that it’s important to be safe while enjoying fireworks. And you need to set a good example yourself, making sure that you find an area with plenty of space before playing with sparklers, and never handling a burnt-out sparkler by the wrong end – they stay hot for quite a while.
In terms of the larger fireworks, stay well back from the area where they are lit and don’t attempt to help out! The area will probably be marked out with barriers and signs, so don’t try to go beyond these.
Stay away from the bonfire, too. You will probably be warned to stay quite some distance – maybe further than you’d usually stand from the ones at home. But please respect the organiser’s wishes, as if anything falls from the bonfire while it burns, you could be hurt.
What about accidents that aren’t your fault?
Always remember health and safety in Solihull. If something has happened, like a bonfire getting out of control when the organisers pour petrol on it, or fireworks that go off wrongly because they have been incorrectly set up, and you get hurt, call our accident claim solicitors.
We are available to help you 24 hours a day. What’s more, we offer our assistance on a no win no fee basis. Health and safety in Solihull is very important to us and our accident claim solicitors are highly experienced. We are one of the biggest and best accident claim solicitors in the UK – Accident Advice Helpline.
Your claim can be sorted completely over the phone, and we offer a lot of guidance and assistance, explaining the process exactly. Not that it is complicated, and you don’t even need to fill out forms, since we take all the details on the phone and then carry on with the work while you relax and go about your daily life.
Just try our 30-second test to see how easy it all is and how much money you could claim, or call our 24-hour helpline. The freephone number is 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 1st November 2014
Author: David Brown