Buy the right toys for your child’s age and skill level, and check often to make sure your child’s toys have not been recalled.
Store all household products out of children’s sight and reach, and install child safety locks on cabinets where you have stored poisonous items.
Make sure that all medications are stored out of reach and out of sight of children. Prevent accidental poisoning with these safety tips.
For the best protection, install smoke alarms on every level of your home, outside every sleeping area, and in each bedroom.
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.
Because of their smaller bodies, children process CO differently than adults and may be more severely affected by it.
Little kids are at risk around steam irons, curling irons, and space heaters. Curb their curiosity by eliminating hazards in the home.
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