little girl getting ready to ski with her mom and family with the proper equipment

Parents, learn a few tips to keep your kids safe while they have fun in the snow. 

A young boy drying off after the pool.

Safety experts say “dry drowning” is a myth.  Here’s what you need to know about real drowning dangers.

Hurricane Season

Find out how to prepare your family for a hurricane or any extreme weather emergency with some useful tips. 

A mother keeps a close eye on her baby at the playground.

Our Ask the Expert column helps parents find the right balance between safety and fun on the playground.

Three Safe Kids employees become CPST certified.

A Safe Kids staff member looks back on a decision she should have made years ago. 

Medical professional talking to mom and kid

Safe Kids expert answers your questions about medicine. 

A school zone sign.

Here’s an example of creativity and energy from our youngest safety advocates.

Medication being stored up and away in a top cabinet.

When it comes to keeping kids safe around medicine, parents and caregivers are the first line of defense. But while most parents say they know how important it is to store medicine out of reach and sight, they aren’t always doing so. 

Every kids should look both ways before they crossing the street.

Protecting kids on the road is a goal we should all strive for.  

Daylight savings is a good time to change your smoke detectors and CO alarms

It’s that time of year again. On Sunday, March 11, the clocks go forward, the days get longer and families get an extra precious hour of daylight. Perfect for moms like me who want our kids outside playing as long as possible.

But what you may not know is that Daylight Savings is also a great time to check your smoke alarms to make sure the batteries are fresh.

Safe Kids Worldwide is proud to announce Torine Creppy as our new President.

After 19 years at Safe Kids, respected visionary and advocate Torine Creppy is ‘right woman at right time’ to lead Safe Kids. 

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