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National Award from Safe Kids Worldwide and FedEx Highlights Vital Contributions Crossing Guards Make Every Day to Keep Kids Safe
Flagstaff, AZ – After a nationwide contest to recognize and honor local crossing guard heroes, and tens of thousands of votes by appreciative supporters, Safe Kids Worldwide and FedEx revealed the winner of the 2020 America’s Favorite Crossing Guard contest: Billy Weldon of Flagstaff, Arizona.
Nuestra nueva infografía comparte tres consejos para mantener a los niños a salvo de lesiones por televisión y caídas durante la pandemia de coronavirus.
Nuestra nueva infografía comparte tres consejos para tener en cuenta mientras los niños están en casa durante la pandemia de coronavirus.
Nuestra nueva infografía comparte tres consejos para tener en cuenta al caminar y andar en bicicleta durante la pandemia de coronavirus.
Nuestra nueva infografía comparte tres consejos a tener en cuenta para mantener a los niños seguros cerca de los automóviles durante la pandemia de coronavirus.
House Bill Prioritizes Traffic Safety, Emphasizes Child Passenger Safety,
Requires Technology to Prevent Kids from Dying in Hot Cars
Washington, D.C. – Safe Kids Worldwide applauds the U.S. House of Representatives for passage of the Moving Forward Act, H.R.2, legislation that prioritizes traffic safety programs and vehicle safety initiatives which, if enacted, will make kids safer in and around cars.
Question: Our neighborhood pool is closed because of the pandemic. I’d like to let my neighbors and their children use my backyard pool, but are there steps I should be taking to prepare for more kids around the pool than usual?
COVID-19 Raises New Concerns Following Two Worst Years on Record for Heatstroke Fatalities
Washington, DC, and Mount Laurel, NJ, July 14, 2020 − As summer temperatures continue to reach record highs across the country, Safe Kids Worldwide (SKW), the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA), and other safety advocates are joining forces to raise awareness of the danger of children dying in hot cars.
Safety Reminders as Kids Go “Back to School”
– However They Go Back
As many normal activities have continued to require careful consideration as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, parents are now challenged with “back to school” and what that means for their children and their families.
We know there is a lot to manage during this time, and it can feel like there is very little in your control. But whether your child will be attending school at home, in-person or a combination of the two, we want to help make sure they stay injury-free.