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.
Watch kids when they are in or around water, without being distracted.
Wearing the appropriate and properly fitted sports gear during practice and games can help avoid minor and serious injuries.
Children should always wear a helmet for all wheeled sports activities. When skateboarding and long boarding, make sure your child wears a helmet.
Nothing is more exciting to a kid than a great playground. But play areas need to be properly designed, maintained, and supervised to be safe for kids.
Cycling is fun for the entire family, but both you and your kids need to be properly equipped when riding bikes, skateboards, or anything with wheels.
Always have your children wear a life jacket while on boats, around open bodies of water, or participating in water sports.
Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old.
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