Store all household products out of children’s reach and sight, and install child safety locks on cabinets where you have stored poisonous items.
Make sure that all medicines are kept out children’s reach and sight. Learn how to prevent medicine poisoning with these safety tips.
Make sure there is a working smoke alarm on every level of your home, inside bedrooms and near sleeping areas.
Most serious falls happen in the home and to kids under 3, but kids of all ages are at risk. Learn how to keep your child safe with these safety tips.
Keep your child safe from things that could choke, suffocate, and strangle him or her by making home and play areas safe by following these safety tips.
Make sure you have a working carbon monoxide alarm installed on every level of your home, especially around sleeping areas. If the CO alarm sounds, leave your home immediately.
Here are some more tips to keep your child safe from burns and scalds.
Button batteries are dangerous to kids, especially toddlers, and cause severe injuries when swallowed. Here are a few easy tips to protect your kids.
Halloween safety doesn’t have to be spooky! Here are some more tips for a safe night.
Before you get in the car, walk all the way around the parked vehicle to make sure children are not under or behind it.
Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old.
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