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Safety Tips Parents Should Teach Their Children When Using Garden Blowers in Berwick

Sep 17th 2015 at 12:19 AM

Just as parents want their children to put a sunscreen lotion during summers or wear a helmet while driving; similarly they want them to wear protective coverings for safety while using garden blowers or brush cutters in Berwick. Having your child removing the debris and fallen leaves from gardens is not of great help to you but also gives your child a sense of responsibility. But on the other hand, most parents are struggling with teaching their kids about the safety tips while working with these gardening tools introduced during 1970’s for creating a beautiful landscaped garden. Safety precautions should always be taken to protect the kids. Especially, teenaged children endure painful reconstructive operations for months or even several years to restore form and function. Every year, it is seen that around 60,000 children are been treated in emergency rooms for injuries caused by garden blowers Berwick and at least 7,000 of them are below 18 years.

What should parents teach their while using garden blowers in Berwick?

A landscaped garden is a source joy for an individual. Today, young children are becoming more independent and spending more time in the garden and lawn without any direct adult supervision which is actually becoming a nightmare for most parents.  The most common causes for an accident is carelessness or not following recommended safety precautions while using them. Below are 8 useful tips and precautions that should be followed by all children while using garden blowers if they want to achieve a dreamscape and if not followed, it may even lead to death:

1) Firstly, it is must for all parents to make sure that their children go through and follow the instruction manual carefully before operating the blower while cleaning the garden. Do not ignore it as it is here where you can find everything about your tool.

2) Secondly, children should be at 13 years old or above before they can start operating a garden blower. It is important to keep children below 13 years out of the area while cleaning the garden.

3) Thirdly, when your child is ready, make sure that you teach your child and other children present there the proper safety rules and then supervise them.

4) Fourthly, prevent injuries from flying objects, like- toys by picking them up from the garden before the cleaning starts.

5) Fifthly, parents should check that their child and other children are always wearing protective coverings, i.e., helmet for the head, heavy duty work gloves for hand protection, goggles for eyes protection and also slip-resistant footwear to reduce risk of falls while using garden blowers Berwick. They shouldn’t wear sneakers or sandals while cleaning.

6) Sixthly, parents should see that their child never pulls the blower backwards or in reverse mode until absolutely necessary and also should look carefully what others are doing behind them while cleaning up the debris and fallen leaves lying in the garden. Make sure that they do not allow it to move in the direction of your pet or any other people.

7) Seventhly, parents should ensure that the device is not operated by their children above chest height.

8) Lastly, parents should also make sure that their children take breaks in between work to avoid weariness.

Once you have decided which kind you want, waste no more time and purchase it. It is quite natural for any garden blower get to get damaged after a few days of operation. If any repairing needs to be done, then get it done by a professional who has several years of experience in brush cutter repairs Berwick. These professionals have all the replacement parts with them.

Author Bio - Rachael Gilboa, a professional gardening consultant and expert writer to different types of garden blowers Berwick also has an extensive experience in operating different gardening tools like brush cutters Berwick.

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