Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Safety measures while working on the family home

Joseph Cianciotto is a father who, like so many in the country, has had to stay home the past few months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, being in lockdown has not completely cut him off from the world. As a public service, he has released a series of blogs wherein he shares helpful advice for people in quarantine, from family-oriented activities to how to stay safe always.
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Still staying in touch with family, friends, and colleagues, Joseph has found that many fathers have actually used their free time wisely and have taken to fixing up their homestead. And while this is a worthwhile endeavor, fathers will be working with all sorts of tools. As such, they should always consider safety to be the most important thing.

The most basic safety measures come in the form of safety gear such as gloves and goggles. When dealing with paint, dads should never forget to wear a mask to protect their lungs from the fumes. While working with heavy objects such as wooden boards, they should wear heavy-duty boots to protect their feet in case of an accident. Overalls are not a bad idea as well.

It goes without saying that fathers should have, at the very least basic knowledge in DIY construction to save themselves a whole lot of trouble in the future. This knowledge also prevents dads from wasting money and effort doing the wrong things.

Finally, Joseph Cianciotto urges dads to work on one area at a time. Working on multiple areas at home increases the chances of the kids bumping into something.

Joseph Cianciotto is a digital media native and family man from Long Island, New York. For more articles like this, visit this blog.

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