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Child Safety Basics for Your Home Baby Proofing. Although some people consider baby proofing and childproofing to be the same thing, you can think of baby Childproofing. If baby proofing involves all of the safety measures that you take before you bring home your baby, then Car Seats.

Besides. We all want to keep our children safe at home and enforcing safety rules at home is how the household runs smoothly. Simple things like installing a smoke alarm, having a first-aid kit on hand, having a carbon monoxide detection system in place and keeping all cords, medicines and poisons out of reach of children are part of the basic safety inspection checklist for any home.

You play an important role in keeping your child safe no matter how old he or she is. We have information and tools to help protect your baby, toddler, child, or teenager from injuries and violence. Information on Safety in the Home & Community for Parents with Infants & Toddlers (Ages 0-3) Related Pages. Key points Home safety is about supervising your child, creating a safe environment, and teaching your child about what’s safe and what’s not.

You can do a lot to avoid common home injuries like falls, burns and scalds, poisoning, drowning, strangulation and suffocation. Childproofing your home is essential to keeping your baby safe. Be prepared to childproof the nursery, bathroom, kitchen, fireplace any area of your house that poses a threat to your baby.Learn. Or use safety tassels and inner cord stops so that children can’t get entangled.

Place covers over unused outlets. Sliding covers are the best, as the push-in ones can be pulled out and possibly choked on. Put up safety gates.

Install hardware-mounted safety gates in front of any stairs in the house. Install corner and edge bumpers. The International Association for Child Safety (IAFCS) is a network of child safety professionals and babyproofers.

As experts in their field, IAFCS members have the unique experience, knowledge and skills to help make your home a safe place for your little ones. Move dog and cat food dishes off the floor and out of reach of your crawling child when they’re not in use. And when your pet is eating, move your baby to another area of the house, lest she. Safety in Your Home. Safety and Children with Disabilities.

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If you have any small children in your house, place plastic safety covers over unused outlets.

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A home safety checklist can be obtained from the National Safety Council at www.nsc.org.

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When the child or family visits the home of a friend or relative, it must be inspected for hazards, or the toddler must be confined to one safe room.

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Safety At Home Before bringing baby home, it’s a good idea to do a safety appraisal of your home.

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Putting gates on stairs, padding sharp corners, covering electrical outlets, removing small objects and latex balloons from within the infant’s reach, and keeping the cord on an iron safely out of the way needs to be stressed.

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Use cribs that meet federal safety standards (https://www.cpsc.gov/safetyeducation/safety-education-centers/cribs).

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Child safety information is available from many sources, including the Home Safety Council (www.homesafetycouncil.org).

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families to evaluate household furniture for safety, including large dressers, televisions, book shelves, and appliances, which may need to be anchored to the wall to prevent the child from climbing • on the furniture and it falling forward and suffocating the child.

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Having clients complete a home safety checklist as a homework assignment will also make them more aware of potential hazards in and around the home and perhaps lead them to make some changes to reduce their chances of falling.

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A home safety checklist is essential (see Skill 42.1).

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Simple home safety measures, such as safety-proofing electrical outlets will help prevent electrical injury in inquisitive toddlers.

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  • 4:12…i just drank tea or coffee in my starbucks flask……with a lid that snap shut tight….no or minimal risk of spilling hot beverage in my kid……or if he somehow managed to grab hold of my cup…and drop it…..at least the hot beverage won’t spill all over my kid…

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  • i’m american and when you said 37 degrees for the bath i freaked out then i remembered that you don’t use fahrenheit �� and when you were talking about tea i was like “who just has hot tea with them constantly?” and then i was like… ohhhh….. brits……

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  • Really enjoyed this tip video. I also put my son in his highchair when I’m cooking. I don’t want him to get burnt either on the stove or the oven while cooking. Another thing that I do is we have a couple pieces of gate around one to block any dangerous corner that he can get himself into or covering up cables around the television. Also because he is starting to crawl all over the place and lifting himself up on stuff to stand I am constantly walking around to make sure he doesn’t fall on something that could attentionally putting in the hospital. Right now his room is a bit of a mess only because I’m still going through all the old clothes he can’t fit into anymore. He is at that age now where he rolls around and does not want his diaper changed. Not even after a bath. And the only way I can get him to stay still long enough to change his diaper is to give him a small cup of milk Could you give me any more ideas for that? We don’t have pull-ups for little babies out here we just have them for when they are doing the whole potty training thing. And my son is only nine months old.

  • Hi. We have a IKEA utility cart that we stote diapers and our daughters bathtime supplies. Now that she is 1 she likes to try and push it around. How do you suggest we childproof it. Is there a latch that affixes to the wall somehow?

  • Lol I live in North American [Canada] and most people do not get the tea thing haha [My father was from UK] always had a hot pot of tea on the stove [still do..] and drank it all day. If someone was drinking the last of the tea, they were making a new pot haha. My brother pulled a hot pot of tea on himself when he was a wee thing and he still has a big scar from it. he’s 36

  • My boy drove us crazy. Every Safety Percussion we used was tested and destroyed. He pulled the plugs put of the sockets using a fork at 9 months. He ripped Off Every Plastik Thing we put in edges to play with. He climbed the stare Gate at 11 months…

  • A Stair gate at the top of the stairs isn’t the best idea (this is what my mum told me) especially if your baby is a climber (like I was) and they climb up that gate if they fall down the stairs they have a longer more harmful fall than just falling from the top of the stairs. I know my mum took her stairs gates off because of me because I climbed anything I could so to avoid me having a potentially more damaging accident she took them down and I never had a fall down the stairs

  • Great tips! Great video! I love that you just get to the point and give valuable information:) Some people are just going on and on and on about nothing.

  • Emily, Your face is 4 times orange-ier than your hands. Did you not edit this yourself? Surely you own a mirror. Not attractive on Donald Trump not attractive on you.

  • in UK there is new rules on plug socks covers, https://www.nurseryworld.co.uk/news/article/doh-guidance-highlights-dangers-of-plug-socket-covers

  • Plug socket covers are actually really dangerous. UK plug sockets are already safe, the plug covers actually give them the tool they need to actually hurt themselves x

  • Will need to look back on this video in a few months as my mom is 37 weeks & 5 days pregnant with a boy �� And then maybe in a few years for myself ��

  • Hi emily, first of all, thank you for such great tips. I am a father of 2 beautiful girls 10 years apart one 18 and the other 8 and a new born on the way, my first boy!! which is 8 years apart so its like starting all over again. I was really inspired by his video that I wanted share it on my channel and on facebook. Thank you for such great content.

  • I really enjoy how you talk people through your discoveries. I’m going to be a new mom in January and I find a lot of people turn baby proofing or just child care in general into a scary thing. I feel so at ease hearing your perspective Thank you!:)

  • Love your videos Emily!

    Just wanted to bring attention to the dangers of plug socket covers. This video explains why there cause more harm than good in regards to safety as they interfere with the safety measures already in place in the normal mechanism. You can learn more in the link, explained by a professional electrician.

    https://youtu.be/5NEgRNXTe3k

  • For my baby we put a baby play pen around our fireplace instead of putting them inside of it so they don’t feel restricted or like they are not free to walk around

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  • In the clip where you said you have a gate on the little one’s room, I’m wondering where you got the grey foam pit that his toys are in?

  • I am going to be a dad in November and I find your videos really insightful. They’re really making me feel like I’m prepared for parenthood. Keep up the stirling work!

  • Emily you’re a lifesaver my mum saw these hacks and her life just got better because recently my baby brother stared to climb up the stairs and once he fell of the stairs so now that we have the gate he can’t open it!! Thx for all the hacks! xx

  • Hi Emily, great channel.
    I am concerned about the dangerous taps at bath time as my son likes to splash around and could knock his head but my taps are very different to yours and the whale cover would not be at all suitable. I am in the UK where the taps come from the surface out of the bath and not from the wall. What could I use to cover these bath taps?

  • eeks I need to look into this!!! I’m so worried when yahya starts crawling around. hopefully I will start to implement this soon!:) thanks so much x

  • Great video but plug socket covers are more dangerous than nothing at all. In the uk our sockets are not live until the third pin is activated, so by putting a socket cover on you make the plug live. This can be done with a socket cover by a child easily without the lower 2 pins being in! I only discovered this when my son was around 4months old and we got rid of them all! Otherwise loved the video

  • thats why american kinds are not independent. Met a american mother and she did not even let her 10 year old light a candle i nearly fell from my chair cuz i laught so hard