Staying Safe This Labor Day

With Labor Day just around the corner, it is time to start planning for the unofficial last holiday of summer. While planning an exciting event that will be fun for the whole family, it is important to make sure to keep safety in mind. Make sure to consider these Labor Day safety tips to ensure everyone has a safe and fun holiday weekend.

Heat waves

  • The temperatures on Labor Day can easily reach into the triple digits in the area. Make sure that you drink plenty of water throughout the day. Also make sure to wear sunscreen and protect yourself with sunglasses and hats.

Designate a driver

  • Never drink and drive. If you will be celebrating the holiday with alcoholic beverages, make sure to designate a sober driver, or use public transportation. Also make sure that you do not get into a car with anybody that has been drinking.


  • Getting in the water, whether it is a pool or a lake is a great way to stay cool this Labor Day. Make sure to never swim alone and that children are always supervised when around water. Anyone that does not have strong swimming abilities should always wear a life jacket when they are in or around the water.


  • If you are grilling this holiday, make sure to keep cold food cold and hot food hot to avoid any food borne illnesses. Also make sure to clean any utensils that came into contact with raw meat before so that they do not spread any diseases, such as salmonella.

To make sure that you and your family are protected from any unfortunate situation during the festivities, contact the insurance professionals at All Nevada Insurance. We can provide you with the most comprehensive coverage for all of your insurance policies throughout Nevada, all at the right price.