The owner or operator of a FireCage is solely responsible for reviewing local fire codes and checking with fire officials to secure any required burn permits in the community in which a fire is planned.
Fire is inherently dangerous and the owner and operator of a FireCage needs to monitor the development of the fire at all times.
Keep your distance from a fire in a FireCage: the larger the cage the more distance a FireCage should be kept from all other flammable materials.
Metal remains hot. A FireCage is built of solid steel and will remain hot to the touch after a flame has diminished.
Keep children away from open flames.
Do not use a FireCage in a condition where wind is present. Fire is unpredictable and wind makes a fire more unpredictable.
Keep a source of water handy when operating a FireCage at all times and douse a fire fully to extinguish it completely.