Troop On-line Activity #51 - Firework Safety
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
Ian: What did Oliver Twist say on a camp-out?
Charles: I dunno.
Ian: “Please, sir, may I have s’more?”
Saying (to think about)
Anything becomes interesting if you look at it long enough.
Fireworks can be a fun, noisy and colourful way to celebrate a hoilday. They can also be dangerous. Natural Resources Canada regulates, tests and approves fireworks in Canada.
They have produced a video about firework safety, you can watch it here: https://youtu.be/Q6SKg7ejTIY
Below is a few simple safety procedures they recommend you follow when using fireworks.
Answer the questions below.
1. Always light the fuse of a firework at its tip. Is this True or False? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
2. Wait at least 30 minutes before approaching a firework that did not go off. Is this True or False? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
3. Always read the instructions on the fireworks. Is this True or False? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
4. Never try to light a firework or hold a lit firework in your hand unless the manufacturer's instructions indicate that they are designed to be hand-held. Is this True or False? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
5. Dispose of used fireworks (including debris) in a pail of water. Is this True or False? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
6. Choose a wide, clear site away from all obstacles. Is this True or False? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
7. People under 18 years old who use fireworks must be supervised by an adult. Is this True or False? Check the box beside the correct answer.
1 point
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