Safety with balloons

We want everyone to enjoy their event and want it to be memorable as a happy time. Therefore it is important to understand the following:

•    It is possible to choke or be suffocated by an un-inflated balloon or piece of burst balloon.
•    Inhaling helium is dangerous and can result in asphyxiation.
•    Children under the age of eight 8 years with balloons should be supervised at all times.
•    Never put a balloon, or piece of a balloon, in or near the mouth
•    Inhaling helium can cause dizziness, nausea, vomiting loss of consciousness and death
•    Under no circumstances inhale helium from a balloon or helium tank
•    Always discard broken balloons safely.

When handled responsibly balloons pose no threat to health, wildlife or the environment.