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Its the holiday season! The time for decorations and festivities to celebrate the season. While we welcome you displays of holiday spirit, 
it is important to keep safety in mind. Here are some holiday safety guidelines to follow to ensure we all celebrate the season safely. 
Holiday Decorations: * Mixing and matching lights can create a fire hazard. Keep outside lights outdoors and inside lights indoors. 
* Discard any light strings that have cracks, exposed wire or loose connections. * Do not connect more than three sets of lights to an
extension cord. * Make sure that cords are not running through walkway, as it creates a tripping hazard. * Do not close doors or windows
on extension cords, and do not run them under rugs or carpeting. * Make sure all indoor decorations are unplugged at the end of the day. 
You are responsible for unplugging any decorations that you put up. * Do not allow any decorations with an open flame, such as candles. 
* Make sure decorations do not block doorways, walkways, exit signs or stairwells. * All decorations should be made of flame- retardant or 
non- combustible materials. 
Food Safety: * Keep perishable food refrigerated and do not leave out for more than two hours. * Use serving utensils, even for "finger food," 
so that multiple people are not touching it. * Label your food, especially if it contains peanuts or other ingredients that others may be allergic to. 

Most importantly, always use common sense when bringing decorations or food items into the workplace. We want everyone to enjoy the holiday
season, but safety is always our top priority at Nelson Brothers Agency. 
Posted 10:50 AM

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