Child Safety

  1. Jack
    Categories: Child Safety


    Have a Happy and Safe Halloween Weekend!
  2. Halloween
    Categories: Child Safety


    Halloween is creeping up on us - here's a reminder of some great Halloween Fun & Safety articles! Kitty Litter Halloween is coming! Halloween Fire Safety Halloween does not have to be dangerous Halloween Safety Halloween Fire Creep Halloween is not the only creepy thing Happy & Safe Halloween to All!
  3. Home
    Categories: Child Safety


    On this day in 1980 in New York City, one of the most successful child actors of all time was born. The baby boy born to parents Patricia Brentrup and Christopher Culkin would go on to play the kid no house burglars wanted to run into. Macaulay Culkin, best known for his role of Kevin McCallister in Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost in...
  4. Community Health Simulation
    Categories: Child Safety & Community News

    Community Health Simulation

    What is a HealthSim? The community health simulation is the newest violence prevention tool on CDC's VetoViolence website. This game-like experience demonstrates the connections between violence and community issues, such as struggling businesses and schools, overcrowded jails, and long wait hours in the emergency room. The simulation puts you in the driver's seat of Vetoville. You can explore the town...
  5. Look Before You Lock
    Categories: Child Safety, General Safety Topics & Health Tips

    Look Before You Lock

    Extreme Heat creates dangers for all ages, from Heat and Heat Related Injuries and Illness to death. While we often focus on safety working in the heat, and staying hydrated, it's not all about adults and electrolytes... During Extreme Heat Week, we want to remind you that pets and children die when left in cars every year... Look Before You Lock! Sweating...
  6. How your state rates on child passenger safety
    Categories: Child Safety

    How your state rates on child passenger safety

    Baby on Board? Road injuries and accidents are the leading cause of unintentional deaths to children in the United States. Compared with seat belt use alone, booster seat use reduces the risk for serious injury by 45% among motor vehicle passengers aged 4–8 years. Only two states—Tennessee and Wyoming—require child passengers to ride in appropriate car or booster seats through...
  7. Protecting Children From Scalds
    Categories: Burn First Aid & Safety & Child Safety

    Protecting Children From Scalds

    Just because Burn Week is over, doesn't mean awareness of scald dangers, and burn safety should end. Remember that 10,000 Children are Hospitalized with Burns and you should Prevent Scald Burns to Keep Your Family Safe. It may help you protect your children from scald injury if you think about it in three time frames: You can make some changes in your kitchen...
  8. Webinar Tomorrow: STEP into Preparedness
    Categories: CERT - Community Emergency Response Teams, Child Safety & Disaster & Survival Forum

    Webinar Tomorrow: STEP into Preparedness

    Join the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Thursday, January 11, 2016, as we present the newly updated Student Tools for Emergency Planning (STEP) materials and share tips and lessons learned from teaching the program. STEP is a classroom-based emergency preparedness curriculum that teaches fourth and fifth-graders about emergencies and how to create a disaster supply kit and family emergency communications...
  9. February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month
    Categories: Child Safety

    February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

    We've talked about Youth and Teen Safety & Violence in the past (as well as Tools for talking to teens about marijuana, e-cigarettes leading to more Teen Smoking, and Youth Preparedness) We encouraged you to get serious about this matter with DATING MATTERS®: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention! This Month, during National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, realize that dating violence can happen to any...
  10. 10,000 Children Hospitalized with Burns
    Categories: Burn First Aid & Safety & Child Safety

    10,000 Children Hospitalized with Burns

    About 10,000 children are hospitalized annually with burn injuries... remember that burns don't only come from fire. During Burn Awareness Week this year, we want you to become more aware of scald hazards - from cooking, hot foods and liquids, steam and other risks like bathing. Every minute, someone in the United States suffers a burn injury serious enough to...

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