UNIVERSAL FIREWORKS (UK) Ltd

UNIVERSAL FIREWORKS (UK) Ltd

                                     Est.

                              1998

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Firework Safety

Before they explode read the code!

1 Light sparklers one at atime and wear gloves

2 Never give sparklers to a child under 5

3 Only buy CE marked fireworks

4 Keep fireworks in a closed box

5 Follow the instructions on each firework

6 Light them at arm’s length using a taper/portfire

7 Stand well back

8 Never go back to a lit firework

9 Never put fireworks in your pocket

10 Never throw fireworks

11 Keep pets indoors

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Category F1 – fireworks which present a very low hazard and negligible

noise level and which are intended for use in confined areas, including

fireworks which are intended for use inside domestic buildings (i.e. indoor

fireworks).

 

Category F2 – fireworks which present a low hazard and low noise level

and which are intended for outdoor use in confined areas (i.e. garden

fireworks).

 

Category F3 – fireworks which present a medium hazard, which are

intended for outdoor use in large open areas and whose noise level is not

harmful to human health (i.e. display fireworks for open areas such as

fields).

 

Category F4 – fireworks which present a high hazard, which are intended

for use only by persons with specialist knowledge and whose noise level is

not harmful to human health (i.e. professional fireworks for large open

spaces).