Sunday, February 27, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
To keep your little ones safe and be prepared for an emergency, read below for some quick reference lists, information about a CPR event and an easy way to stay abreast of safety recalls.
- Hidden Household Dangers: There are some no-brainers when it comes to child safety, like locking up cleaners and installing baby gates at stairs. Some things, however, are not so obvious. Take a look at this list of poisonous plants (including the holiday poinsettia) and this list of dangerous household products (like baby powder) that you should keep out of the house or locked away.
- Emergency Skills: Are you confident in your CPR skills? For those looking to learn, or re-learn, the new CPR techniques approved for infants, children and adults, attend our workshop on Sunday, March 20th. Teaching the workshop is Safety Squad, a team of emergency response personnel with real-world experience. Also covered in the workshop will be car seat safety, S.I.D.S. prevention and how to use a defibrillator. Find more information here.
- Recalled Products: Never miss a child-safety recall! You can sign up for email alerts from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission on recalls pertaining to child-related items only. Visit their website here and select the option about half-way down the list for "recalls involving infant/child products" and add your preferred email address.