Originally published August 2011.
It’s a warm summer weekend and you are basking in the sun on your deck with your family, enjoying a cold drink and the enticing smell of a sizzling steak on the barbeque. The last thought on your mind is safety, right?
It shouldn’t be. According to a recent U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission report, warm weather activities such as hosting a barbeque led to product-related injuries of more than 3.7 million people in the summer months of a single year – 836,000 injuries more than the winter months that same year.
The dangers of propane (Liquid Propane Gas) are vastly
understated and poorly understood. But with a few precautionary steps, you can ensure a safe barbeque every time. Barbeques with family and friends are great fun, but make sure you follow the safety tips below...
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