5 ways to reduce common hazards

Assess critical areas such as stairs (inside and outside), kitchen, bathrooms, laundry room and garage.

Put hazardous products out of a child’s reach. Put them in a locked or other secure storage area. Remember, kids are smart and imaginative explorers.

Establish safety rules for all family members and visitors too.

Be Prepared! Take a course in CPR and First Aid. Have a first aid kit on hand. Make a list of emergency numbers readily available for use by others such as neighbors, relatives and baby-sitter.

Never leave your child unsupervised
There is no product or service that can guarantee your child’s safety at all times. The ultimate responsibility is YOURS.

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