Fireworks Safety Begins with You

"The only thing that tops quality fireworks, is a high level focus on safety!"


Pyroland Fireworks supports the safe use of fireworks and reccomends these safety tips:

  • Obey all local laws regarding the use of fireworks. 
  • Make sure fireworks are legal in your area before buying or using them.
  • Use fireworks outdoors in a clear area, away from buildings and vehicles.
  • Always have a bucket of water and charged water hose nearby.
  • Wear safety glasses when shooting fireworks.
  • Know your fireworks; read the cautionary labels and performance descriptions before igniting.
  • Never place any part of your body directly over a fireworks device when lighting the fuse.  Back up to a safe distance immediately after lighting fireworks.
  • A responsible adult should supervise all firework activities. Never give fireworks to children; this includes sparklers.
  • Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks.
  • Alcohol and fireworks do not mix. Save your alcohol for after the show.
  • Light one firework at a time and then quickly move away.
  • Never try to re-light or pick up fireworks that have not ignited fully.  Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water.
  • Never carry fireworks in your pocket or shoot them from metal or glass containers.
  • Do not experiment with homemade fireworks.
  • Dispose of spent fireworks by wetting them down and placing them in a metal trashcan, away from any building or combustible materials until the next day.
  • FAA regulations prohibit the possession and transportation of fireworks in your checked baggage or carry-on luggage.
  • Report illegal explosives, like M-80s and quarter sticks, to the fire or police department.
  • Avoid buying fireworks that are packaged in brown paper because this is often a sign that the fireworks were made for professional displays and that they could pose a danger to consumers.
  • Never point or throw fireworks at another person.
  • Always have an adult supervise fireworks activities. Parents don’t realize that young children suffer injuries from sparklers. Sparklers burn at temperatures of about 2,000 degrees – hot enough to melt some metals.

Are fireworks legal in your city or county? 

Click Here for a Washington State Fireworks List  that shows what cities allow  fireworks and ones that have restricted them or even banned fireworks.

The American Pyrotechnics Association maintains a directory of All the States Laws, which can be found here.

Pyroland Fireworks is a member of the American Fireworks Standards Laboratory (AFSL) and our products are tested by AFSL to insure conformity with regulations set by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.  

Pyroland Fireworks Proudly Promotes Fireworks Safety!