Safety is the number one priority for Aurora Fireworks. Ensuring our spectators and our team are safe whilst firing and enjoying a fantastic fireworks display can be done with the level of expertise and training our team has. From a site safety check, firing layout, product testing and firer training your show will be in safe hands.

Our Health and Safety Officer has 10 years of experience with pyrotechnics, graduating from the University of Leeds with a BSc (hons) in Fire and Safety Management and MSc in Fire and Explosions Engineering. This has allowed Aurora to fire amazing displays from some extremely difficult sites including rooftops of 40 and 50 storey buildings. Our Health, Safety, Welfare and Environmental Policy is available by request.

Stephen Byles our Health and Safety Consultant can also provide professional display training in conjunction with the British Pyrotechnics Association (BPA). This two day course can be conducted on the third weekend of each month and provides a City & Guilds Certificate and a BPA License card, this is a document of competency to use Category 4 Professional Fireworks. With 10 hours teaching time, a one hour multiple choice exam as well insight into the industry from the construction, importing, storage, preparing, firing and disposal this course is invaluable to any professional firer who will need to document competency with Category 4 items from July 2013. For more information about the courses or their format please contact us on 0800 975 65 73 or email

This inherent safety led company means this knowledge can be passed to your own display. With recommended layouts, firing order and firing tips such as waterproofing, securing and fixing.


Recommended safety layout for Category 3 fireworks. This distance can be reduced to >5 meters for Category 2 and increased to a minimum of >50m for Category 4 fireworks (or 1 meter safety distance per mm of calibre of fireworks).

This is the firework code, we recommend you follow this code in order to ensure a safe fireworks display.

  • Keep fireworks in a sealed box or tin
  • Use them one at a time, replacing the lid immediately
  • NEVER put fireworks in your pocket
  • Read the instructions carefully, using a torch or hand lamp NEVER use a naked flame
  • Light fireworks at arms length using a taper or a firework lighter
  • Stand well back and NEVER return to a firework after it has been lit, it could explode in your face
  • Ensure that all chidren with fireworks are well supervised
  • NEVER throw fireworks
  • Keep all pets and animals indoors
  • Take care of sparklers, wear gloves to hold them and dispose of sparklers in a bucket of water as soon as they are finished

Should you wish for more safety advice please give us a call on 0800 975 6573 and we can provide free safety information and tips for having a brilliant and safe display. Or visit the website below.

Fireworks Safety Website

For a list of just some of our clients & venues, please click the link below:

Venue List

"Thanks to Rob and his team for creating the most amazing fireworks display at our wedding. Having dealt with event companies for a while I can honestly say that the team were head and shoulders above the rest. From the first phone call I had with Rob I knew that he would go the extra mile to make the event special for us. His team listened to what we wanted and tailored the music and display to suit our needs, further to this they kept me informed at every step on progress and ensured that my bride and guests were kept in the dark throughout to make the surprise event better. Thank you so much and we will definitely be using your services again. "

Richard Beale

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