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Home Safety

  • 5 Home Safety Threats You Might Overlook
    For safety's sake, look through your home often. Keep an eye out for not-so-obvious hazards.
  • Accident Statistics
    Injury is the leading cause of death in children and young adults. Falls are the leading cause of unintentional injury for children.
  • Child Safety for All Ages
    Some safety hazards apply to all children. But many problems are especially dangerous for children at a particular age or stage of development. Keep these precautions in mind as your children grow.
  • Emergency Contact Information
    In an emergency, it is easy to "forget" even the most well-known information. That's why it is crucial to complete the information in this form for each member of your household.
  • Essential Guidelines for Fireworks Safety
    It's best to let the professionals handle the fireworks displays. If you plan to celebrate the holiday with your own fireworks, these precautions can help prevent injuries.
  • First-Aid Kit
    Detailed list of recommended items for a household first-aid kit
  • Household Safety Checklist
    Use this list as part of a thorough safety check of your home. It can help prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Keep Kids Safe During Yard Work
    Power tools make yard work easier, from mowing the lawn to trimming the bushes. These tools, however, also pose a threat to children if precautions aren't taken.
  • Minor Problem vs. a True Emergency
    In general, take your child to an emergency room after an injury anytime you think the problem may need urgent attention.
  • Preventing Injuries--How You Can Help Your Child
    You can help your child by being prepared and preventing injuries from occurring. It is important to take charge of your child's health and follow a program designed to help you and your family stay healthy and safe.
  • What to Do If You Have to Evacuate Your Home
    Consider in advance what kinds of disasters might strike your area. Do you live in an earthquake zone? Is flooding a possibility? Then think about what you’ll do in an emergency.