As warmer weather hits, the smell of food on the grill fills the air. According to the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 9,000 home fires involve grills each year. With this in mind, it’s important to brush up on barbeque safety. Consider the following grilling safety tips:
Not only can grills start fires, they can also cause burns. That’s why it’s important to exercise caution as you flip foods on the grill to ensure your hands and arms do not get burned. Specifically, be sure to use long-handed utensils to help keep your hands at a safe distance from the flames. Lastly, store baking soda near the grill to quickly put out potential grease fires.
This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. For further information, please consult a medical professional. © 2021 Zywave, Inc. All rights reserved.
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