Las Vegas casinos are known for their colorful lights and fun. The lights make the halls glitter, but not all of the neon lights are going to be safe for children. The lights can be used by kids to see but there are other reasons to avoid using the lights.
One of the biggest concerns with the lights is the batteries. If a child gets burned by a broken bulb, the damage can be extensive. These are usually sold with an extension cord that can lead to child endangerment.
Most lights have cords and plugs that come with them. These do not include adult supervision. If the lights are plugged into outlets without adult supervision, they can also lead to injury. This is because kids who are getting ready to play have no idea that the lights may be on, and they could get electrocuted.
Kids can easily injure themselves or even damage the light if they accidentally hit it. There are standard batteries and extension cords but some also have more powerful ones.
Most lights also have a warning system. Some have switches that can easily be set off when a switch is pressed and will not do anything until someone goes to turn it back on.
There are very few places in the casino where kids are allowed to run around the lights. Some are only for limited periods, and some are at areas only for security purposes. However, you can’t really run around and see the lights for several minutes, and a lot of lights have age limits.
Lights are not all dangerous. They can be a lot of fun to look at, but use them with caution.