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Firework Safety

We here at Big Sky Canvas care about your safety this 4th of July. Below are a few tips to keep you, your family and friends safe while celebrating. Firework and Sparklers Safety More than 50,000 fires are begun by fireworks every year. Take the appropriate safety measures when operating fireworks. Never take apart or try to make your own fireworks Only light fireworks on the ground and in areas that are dry and fire resilient. Don’t attempt to light multiple devices at the same time. Never allow young children to handle fireworks or sparklers alone. Always keep a transportable fire extinguisher close by. Also keep a water hose or buckets of water nearby to put out fires. Don’t point...

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Boating Safety

We here at Big Sky Canvas care about our customers safety while out on the water. Here are a few tips to keep you, your family and friends safe.  Always wear a right-sized, U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket.According to the U.S coast card in 2016 life jackets could've saved the lives of over 80 percent of boating fatality victims. Defend against propeller strikes. Make sure all passengers are accounted for before starting the engine and wear your emergency cut-off switch at all times. Carry safety gear on board. On top of life jackets for all, stock a wide-ranging first-aid kit, a tool kit, a horn or whistle, flares and a fire extinguisher at Don’t boat under the influence (BUI). According to the USCG, alcohol plays a...

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How to Remove a Tick

Ticks are a part of nature. If you plan to get outside, chances are you could come in contact with one and even get bit. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ticks are most active April through September. That's right, even the first part of deer season can have you hunting with ticks. Be vigilant during those months and take precautions to avoid contact with ticks, if possible, and repel them with DEET or Permethrin. If prevention fails, and you find a tick still embedded in your skin, then follow these steps from the CDC to remove it: How to Remove a Tick 1. Use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp the tick as close to the head (in the...

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