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Develop and practice a fire escape plan Get out quickly Once outside, stay outside Meet other family members outside at a predetermined location If trapped inside a burning building...: If trapped inside a burning building... Touch doors before opening Crawl low under the smoke Signal rescuers from a window Place towels or sheets above and at the bottom of doors Stop, Drop,and Roll!: Stop, Drop,and Roll! Stop... where you are Drop... to the ground Roll... over, covering face and handsFire Prevention Necessities: Fire Prevention Necessities Install smoke detectors Install carbon monoxide detectors Place fire extinguishersFirearm Safety Around Your Home: Firearm Safety Around Your Home Store guns unloaded in a locked area Keep the key hidden! Secure guns with a barrel or trigger lock Keep the key hidden! Store ammunition separately from guns Keep the key hidden! Water Safety : Water Safety Swimming Safety : Swimming Safety Make sure children know how to swim Consider CPR course Make sure children wear personal flotation devices Air-filled toys, mattresses, or swimming aids Provide adult supervisionWater Safety At Home : Water Safety At Home Install toilet bowl cover locks or latches Empty all buckets and pails after use Empty and store wading pools Enclose hot tub or spa areas Install locking cover on hot tubs or spasWater Safety At Home: Water Safety At Home Cover hot tub and pool drains Enclose swimming pools Keep a long rescue pole and life rings or tubes handy Lock doors and windows Install a pool alarm Preventing Suffocation, Strangulation, and Choking : Preventing Suffocation, Strangulation, and Choking Keeping Cribs Safe : Keeping Cribs Safe Crib mattresses Crib slats on headboards Fasten bumper pads Avoid using plastic bags Keep all toys with strings away Remove necklaces and other jewelry Keep cribs away from dangling window shades or drapery cords Keeping Cribs Safe: Keeping Cribs Safe Keep all pillows, large plush toys, and beanbags away Keep gyms and mobiles away Keep the drop-side of mesh playpens raised Use toy chests with removable lids and ventilation holes Use safety gates Choking Hazards : Choking Hazards Babies and toddlers put everything in their mouths Chop or shred round or slippery foods Keep balloons away from children Keep babies and toddlers away from small, easy-to-swallow objects Keep babies and toddlers out of older siblings' rooms Learn infant and child CPRHousehold Safety : Household Safety Electrical Safety : Electrical Safety Unplug appliances Install caps or plug covers Install ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) Tag shut-off for gas, oil, water, and main electrical supplies Teach children to keep electrical appliances away from waterKitchen Safety : Kitchen Safety Store knives and sharp tools out of reach Use safety latches on cabinets and drawers Turn pot handles inward and use back burners Use safety barrier on stove Kitchen Safety: Kitchen Safety Keep foil and plastic wrap boxes out of reach Keep garbage under the sink Keep First Aid Kit updated and supplied Show children how to use the microwave Show children how to remove pan lidsPets and Plants: Pets and Plants Keep children away from plants Use covers in pots to prevent playing in the soil Consider the pet before purchase Type Temperament Allergies HygieneSlips, Trips, and Falls : Slips, Trips, and Falls Avoid leaving infants alone Keep infant seats off of tables, chairs, or counters Use infant seats with a wide, stable base Lock high-chair trays Use safety gates Install handrails on stairs Use plastic guards on stair or deck railingsPreventing Falls: Preventing Falls Keep stairs free of objects Use throw rugs with rubber backing Use rubber mats or no-skid decals and grab-bars in showers or tubs Secure furniture against the walls Use padding on sharp corners Keep furniture away from windows Install easy-to-detach window guards Recreational Safety: Recreational SafetyYard and Playground Safety : Yard and Playground Safety Check fences and playground equipment Anchor playground equipment away from fences, walls or obstructions Put wood chips or sawdust under equipment Keep children indoors when mowing the yard Check yard for snakes, ants, and thorny poisonous plants Keep children off the lawn at least 48 hours after spraying pesticides Bicycle, Scooter, Skate, and Skateboard Safety : Bicycle, Scooter, Skate, and Skateboard Safety Insist that children wear helmets Wear pads and guards when skating or skateboarding Properly fit the bike to the child Place reflective material on bikes, helmets, and clothing Children should ride on the right side of the road Never skate or skateboard in the streetStaying Home Alone and Street Smarts : Staying Home Alone and Street Smarts Advice for Children: Advice for Children Never tell anyone they're alone Keep house keys out of sight Call the police or go to a neighbor's house Double-lock doors Have delivery persons leave packages outside Tell strangers who call that "mom and dad are busy" and to take a message Call you, a neighbor, or police if they have a problem Never talk to, or accept rides or gifts from strangers The Stranger: The StrangerStranger Strategies: Stranger Strategies Use the buddy system Walk only on well-lighted streets Stay away from isolated areas Use the No, Go and Tell system if someone tries to lure them away: No... means don't go with strangers Go... means run away if trouble starts Tell... means it's okay to tell an adultEmergencies : Emergencies Emergency Numbers: Emergency Numbers Ambulance 911 Fire 911 Military Police 911In Case of an Accident: In Case of an Accident Call only if they or someone they know is hurt Tell the dispatcher what happened Hang up when the operator says to Practice emergency situations Post key numbers by the phone First Aid: First Aid Bites, stings, and scratches Choking Head injuries CPR Slide34: Health Topics A to Z http://www.cdc.gov/health/diseases.htm An On-Line Handbook for Child Care Providers http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/hip/abc/abc.htm Bicycle Helmets http://www.cdc.gov/ncipc/bike/helmets.htm CDC Child Care Health and Safety Action Plan http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/publications/daycare/contents.htm Child Passenger Safety Fact Sheet http://www.cdc.gov/ncipc/factsheets/childpas.htm NCIPC Bibliography of Articles on Dog Bites http://www.cdc.gov/ncipc/duip/dogbites.htm CDC Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/lead.htm Playground Injuries http://www.cdc.gov/ncipc/factsheets/playgr.htm Health Topic: Swimming Pool Safety http://www.cdc.gov/health/spsafety.htm Child Passenger Safety http://www.cdc.gov/safeusa/move/childpassenger.htm Questions?: Questions? 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