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Halloween is one of the most exciting nights of the year, and here are a few ways to make safety a part of your plan.
Planning your costume
Download everything you need to know to keep your kids safe around toys.
We’re all looking forward to some well-earned relaxation, peace, and joy this holiday season. And we don’t want preventable injuries to get in the way. So here are some proven and practical tips to keep kids safe and to give parents some peace of mind during all your holiday adventures.
On the Road
Thank you for your interest in our Take it from a Teen Challenge. As you saw in the video, Safe Kids and Union Pacific are joining together to provide teenagers with an opportunity to inspire their fellow teens to be safer around train tracks. Plus, a chance to win $200 or even $1,000!
How to Enter
Safe Kids Worldwide is excited to welcome our spring 2023 interns. These interns will use their unique set of skills and interests to assist the Network, Research, and Programs departments accross various activities and projects. We are so grateful that they chose to spend their spring with us and for their commitment to keeping all children safe. Meet our spring interns:
National Poison Prevention Week (March 19-25) is a great time to add some simple safety tips to your parenting toolkit. To honor this year’s theme, “When poison happens, we’re here for you,” start by adding the National Poison Help Number to your phone right now (800-222-1222). If you ever have a question about medicine or a poison emergency, specialists at poison control centers will be available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day to provide free, confidential, expert medical advice.
As parents, it is always a joy to watch our children run, jump, climb, and make new friends at the playground. It makes sense that our little ones enjoy the playground so much that they sometimes forget about safety and the possibility of injuries. So, as a parent it's important to be conscious of the injuries that may occur while they are playing. But don’t be alarmed. With active supervision and some basic safety tips, every day at the playground can be a walk in the park.