Order Complimentary Safety Items

Home safety resources

Here’s a list of suggested reading and research that can help you keep your children safer in and around the home.

Safety Tip of the Month

January Fire Safety

In 2012, there were more than 16,000 civilian fire injuries or one every 32 minutes. Home fires caused 83% of civilian fire deaths….. Read More

read more...

Toy Safety

Each year, more than 3 billion toys and games are sold in the United States, and more than half of those are sold during the holiday season alone. Although the majority of toys are safe, they can become dangerous if misused or if they fall into the hands of children who are too young to […]

read more...

Shopping Cart Safety

View shopping cart safety tips here.

read more...

Best and Worst Childproofing Products

From GoodHousekeeping.com: “Keeping a child safe is every parent’s highest priority. So we’ve made it easy with our room-by-room guide to outfitting your home with child-safety products — all tested by the GH Institute.” View the full article at goodhousekeeping.com!

read more...

Water Safety

Information Courtesy of Safety Street, City of Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department Oh, the lazy days of summer are rapidly dwindling away!  The last days at the pool and lakes before the upcoming school year are few and far between!  Where did the time go?  The dangers of recreational water activities such as swimming, fishing […]

read more...

Fireworks and Grill Safety

  Fireworks and Grill Safety With the Memorial Day weekend just passed all are turning their attention and making family plans for the next 4 day weekend which is the Fourth of July. The grills have been dusted off, charcoal has been bought or the propane tanks have been filled. Very soon dotting roadsides and any […]

read more...

TV Tip-Overs Resources

Click on the link to read more: TV Tip-Overs Resources

read more...

Making your home safe this summer and all year long

Making your home safe this summer and all year long – Go to page 20 of this link.

read more...

Gun Safety in the Home

Gun Safety in the Home The safest home for children is a gun-free home If you decide to keep a firearm in the house, lock up guns, unloaded with ammunition separately and have the key unavailable to children. If you have a family member with mental health or behavioral problems, store guns away from the […]

read more...

Holiday Safety Checklist

View the article by following this link: http://www.healthychildren.org/English/news/Pages/Holiday-Safety-Tips.aspx

read more...