Friday, June 18, 2010

Safety Basics

Safety Tips below are for 'Big Kids ages 5-9 at Home' but this site lets you choose any age group, any risk area and any location. Check it out for more tips:

Burn Prevention for Big Kids At Home

Flame burns (caused by direct contact with fire) are more common among older children. Because young children have thinner skin than older children and adults, their skin burns at lower temperatures and more deeply. There are several precautions parents and caregivers can take to keep children safe from burns.
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Falls Prevention for Big Kids At Home

As children get older, they become more active and play in larger groups. But even when little kids grow bigger, their motor skills are still developing. Head injuries are associated with most deaths and severe injuries resulting from falls. Learn how to keep your child safe from fall-related injuries.
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Fire Prevention for Big Kids At Home

Big kids are curious about fire. Teaching your children about the hazards of playing with matches and other flammable materials, as well as practicing a fire escape route with your family, can help prevent accidents and injuries.
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Poison Prevention for Big Kids At Home

Big kids may spend more time without adult supervision. You can best protect your children by keeping harmful substances out of their sight and reach, and by testing for lead and carbon monoxide.
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