Protect Your Family From Injury & Loss
Most home-related injuries can be prevented by taking time, on a regular basis, to identify danger points and eradicate them. One of the most disastrous of all home-related dangers is fire. Below are listed some fire hazards to watch out for and other important safety tips regarding what to do in the event of a fire.
Most victims of accidents at home are babies and small children. Therefore, you will also find links below which detail how to make your home safe for little ones.
Child-Proofing Your Home Child Safety and Bathrooms Child Safety in the Kitchen Child Safety in the Rest of the Home General Child Safety Rules Home Fire Escape Plan Home Fire Prevention Safety for Babies
ResourcesNational Fire Protection Association American Red Cross Council on Family Health U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission National Safety CouncilSafe Living Tips
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