Labor Day Safety Tips from Mr. Electric

August 29, 2012

Stay safe this Labor Day.

Waco, TX (PRWEB) August 29, 2012

Labor Day is celebrated all over the country and is a day often spent enjoying time with family and friends. “Even though Labor Day is a great time to relax and be with those you love, it is still important to make sure you stay safe,” said Jeff Meyers, president of Mr. Electric. Here are some tips you can follow to make sure you and your family stay safe this Labor Day:

•Stay Hydrated

There are often many activities to participate in during Labor Day and it is important to have a lot of fluids in your body. Make sure that you bring plenty of water with you wherever you go in case water fountains are not available.

•Keep Track of Children and Pets

Places are often very crowded during Labor Day weekend. It can be easy to lose track of those you are with, but it is important to pay close attention to keeping the little ones by your side during this time. Let any adults with you know that you might need an extra hand when trying to make sure that everyone stays together.

•Travel Safely

Labor Day weekend is a very busy travel time for many Americans. It is important to follow any necessary precautions no matter what form of travel is being used. If you´re flying, make sure to allow plenty of time at the airport to check bags and go through security. If you´re driving, plan for traffic and don´t speed. State Troopers are usually out in full-force this weekend.

•Bring Sunscreen

Since Labor Day marks the end of summer, it is reasonable to expect the weather to be hot and sunny. Protect yourself from sunburns with plenty of sunscreen. Bring enough to reapply when needed which is typically around every two hours.

Labor Day is a great time to unwind and celebrate the end of summer with family and friends. Keep these safety tips in mind to sure you have a safe and fun holiday!

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