Make barbecues even better

May 28, 2014

Barbecues are one of the great pleasures of summer, with the unmistakable aroma of hot coals and outdoor cooking always seeming to accompany the hottest days of the year. However, there are two major risks associated with serving food that we should all be aware of – food poisoning and fire. We want to help make sure your event is safe as well as fun, so here are some pointers to help you avoid both.

Preventing food poisoning

Keeping blazes confined to the barbecue

Summer is the worst season for fire claims, with dry weather and barbecues contributing to rural blazes.

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