7 Tips for Keeping Children Safe


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Staying safe and well during the holiday season is easier than you think. For me the three major safety issues are children, fire hazards, and food. Keeping children safe requires a constant watch. Below you will find some safety tips for the Holidays and throughout the year.

Playground (Photo: Flickr - James Thompson's photostream) https://www.flickr.com/photos/jwthompson2/123520861/

Playground (Photo: Flickr – James Thompson‘s photostream)

7 Tips for Keeping Children Safe

Potential risk hazards for kids during the Holidays:

  1. Toys and items that have small parts and small batteries, even the greeting cards that are battery-operated can pose a danger to children since children can swallow.
  2. Never leave children eating alone.
  3. Plastic bags, closets, chest, and trunks with self-locking mechanism.
  4. When visiting relatives and friends beware of the danger of children searching through guest’s bags or grandma’s purse—in either case it can be a Pandora box. Worse they are like a medicine cabinet! (See second movie)
  5. Remember recreational drugs such as marijuana are legal in some places, and they pose a threat to kids. So keep those spikes brownies and other edible marijuana treats away from children.
  6. Also keep an eye on the risk of kids getting their hands-on small nuts such as peanuts; there is a risk of choking.
  7. Keep poisonous plants out of the home. Also, some berries on evergreens and home plant leaves are toxic. (See second movie)

Introduction – Child Safety Inside and Outside the Home

Poisoning Prevention – Child Safety Inside and Outside the Home

ABCs of Safety

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