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The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - COMMUNITY -

As Cana­di­ans em­brace warmer weather, RSA Canada has re­leased its top five ways to en­joy safer non­gas and gas bar­be­cu­ing. Here’s the first of the two lists; the sec­ond will run on Fri­day.

Bar­be­cue safety

1. Make sure the bar­be­cue is safely away from combustibles be­fore light­ing. 2. Use char­coal bri­quettes and char­coal lighter flu­ids de­signed for non-gas BBQs and fol­low in­struc­tions on the lighter fluid con­tainer. Never add ad­di­tional fluid af­ter ig­nit­ing the bar­be­cue. 3. Keep the grill away from combustibles when cook­ing, away from the home and not un­der eaves or awnings. 4. Be­fore stor­ing the bar­be­cue, dis­pose of the ashes. Soak them in wa­ter and place them in a cov­ered me­tal con­tainer. 5. De­fec­tive parts should only be re­placed by a trained pro­fes­sional.

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