With spring cleaning already underway, the American Cleaning Institute and Safe Kids Worldwide have teamed up to remind parents and caregivers to be especially attentive about keeping cleaning products out of the reach and sight of children.

Here are 3 tips to help parents keep kids safe around liquid laundry packets and other cleaning products:

Injured teen illustrates the need for concussion safety

This month the Brain Injury Association of America will mark Brain Injury Awareness Month.

An infant strapped in their car seat.

Parents, learn how to find child safety laws in your state.

A young boy seating in his booster seat.

Learn when it is time to advance your child to a booster seat.

One mom is raising awareness about the dangers of gas fireplaces by sharing the tragic story of how her 11-month-old daughter burned her hands.  

toddler reaching on top of media center to tv

Before the big game, take time for National TV Safety Day. 

One of the best ways for parents to keep kids safe is to pay attention to news about product recalls. At Safe Kids, we try to make it easy for you. In case you missed them, here are the top 4 recall stories of 2019 and 3 tips on how to make sure the products you buy for your kids are safe.

Planning And Practicing Home Fire Drills

A Safe Kids coordinator shares a story of how a fire alarm saved a family. 

Two teens look out towards a railroad track.

Understanding misconceptions around railroad-related behavior will help you stay safe around trains and railroad tracks. 

Make Thanksgiving Cooking Safer blog

Here are 5 reminders to help you make Thanksgiving cooking safer for you and your family

Mother carries her smiling baby.

Tidying around the house is a great time for parents to make sure their home is safe and childproofed. 

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