Keep Hallways and Pathways Clear Of Obstacles
Packed boxes should be labeled and organized in neat piles away from any in-house hallways that lead to the outside so that the movement along the heavy-traffic zones is not impeded in any way.
Use Professional Moving Assistance
Reputable and experienced moving teams are familiar with all the safety rules to prevent accidents and injury during a move and will do whatever it takes to keep such unwelcoming guests away from your doorstep.
Dress Appropriately In Comfy Clothes
Moving often proves to be dirty work, so choose the type of clothes you won’t really mind getting ruined after the long day.
Avoid Loading Flammable Items
Flammable items like match boxes, paint thinners and other chemicals must not be loaded in the vehicle used for moving items. These items are flammable and dangerous. Professionals will not transport these items. Therefore, if you are moving yourself, avoid including these items during the move.
Keep a First Aid Kit
When moving, you need to carry along a first aid kit that will help you easily treat minor injuries. First aid kit containing aspirin, band-aids, antibiotic cream and other first aid items is very useful during the entire move.