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Purchasing illegal fireworks can also land you with a ticket, jail time, or serious injury. And if you think the cops or neighbors won’t notice, it’s kind of hard to disguise a “boom” that big. The CPSC requires proper labeling on all consumer-grade fireworks. You should avoid products that don’t have any labels or written safety warnings on the packaging. Not every state allows fireworks. Some restrict use to simple things like sparklers and firecrackers. Crossing state lines to bring them back to your home is also illegal. You can only set off state-approved fireworks within that state’s boundaries. If you’re not sure about your state’s firework laws, you can find them in the American Pyrotechnics Association’s state law directory.
Crowd Control. The crowds must be a safe distance from the show. Someone should be in charge of crowd control. If someone goes into the safety zone the show should stop until the area is clear. This should be discussed in the safety meeting with the shooters before the show. Discharge Area. The fireworks should only be discharged in areas approved by the local authorities. The local fire department should be notified. Do not discharge fireworks near buildings, wooded areas, dry fields or in areas where fire or noise is a concern. Discharge the fireworks downwind of the crowd and never angle or shoot the fireworks over the crowd.
Keep water (or a fire extinguisher) nearby. If something goes wrong, you’ll want a hose or bucket of water close by to extinguish the blaze. For something more portable and robust than a water bucket, consider keeping a fire extinguisher near your fireworks area. How much water will you need? Firefighters use a formula to determine water ratios for putting out fires:3 [(length x width of object on fire) ÷ 3] x percent of involvement = gallons per minute to put out a fire. For example, if you have a 10’ x 15’ tool shed that ignites and 50% of it is on fire, you’ll need 25 gallons of water per minute (GPM) to put it out (garden hoses usually output up to 17 GPM).4 That might be shocking, but it demonstrates what you need to do to prepare for the worst and how quickly you should react to any fire.
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