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Labeling While Keeping Your Child’s Identity Hidden. Tips to keep your child’s identity private is to label your child’s belongings on the inside of his or her clothing with her initials or decide on a unique symbol, like a star, heart or two dots inside a circle. Pick your child’s favorite color for the label. Pick a cool drawing.

Upload any image, if you don’t like the drawings as much. Print it on your printer, or. Send us your downloaded labels so we can do the printing for you!

The only thing left to do is enjoy having unique children’s safety labels!Tracking Labels. Children’s Products also are subject to tracking label requirements which must be permanently attached to the product and the product packaging. The label must provide information relating to the style, lot, batch, date and place of manufacture in order to identify product in the event of a recall. Semi-Gloss Paper Labels.

Made from semi-gloss 2.6 mil paper that can withstand light contact from most chemicals and is ideal for chemical containers. Semi-gloss paper reduce glare, without compromising the vibrancy and sharpness of your message or graphic. To label a lunch box or backpack: Take a small piece of scrap fabric from your stash or from an old white t-shirt and cut out a rectangular strip large enough to write your child’s name on.

Use a permanent marker or to write your child’s name. Children’s products are subject to a set of federal safety rules, called children’s product safety rules. Determining how your product is classified enables you to identify correctly the set of children’s product safety rules applicable to your product.

Child Safety and First Aid. Arm yourself with information that’ll prepare you to deal with minor (or serious) injuries, and maybe even help temper any worry over your kids’ safety. If you are a retailer of consumer goods, especially children’s products, you may be wondering about your responsibilities under the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008. The CPSIA, a sweeping new law, authorized a variety of new regulations and testing requirements for children’s products and some non-children’s products.

| 3 | Table of Contents Introduction 4 What is the EU doing to make products safer for children? 6 European standards for products in this guide 8 Adult beds 12 Baby walkers 14 Bath seats or rings 16 Bicycles 18 Bunk beds 20 Changing tables 23 Child car seats 24 Child gates / Safety barriers 29 Child sleepwear 30 Cots (baby/infant beds) 31 Fireworks 34 Goals for soccer and handball 36. At the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), we understand that talking about safety with your children—no matter the age—can be daunting.

Use these seven safety questions to help you start the conversation with age-appropriate critical thinking exercises and messaging that you can use to make regular, open conversations.

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precautionary labeling and “child-resistant” packaging of medication and household cleaners, children display amazing ingenuity in opening bottles and packages that catch their curiosity.

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However, labeling is not sufficient: all items that are in any way toxic to the child must be placed under lock and key or totally out of the child’s reach.

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• Teach children the safe use of utensils or other items that under certain circumstances can cause injury—scissors, knives, needles, heating elements, loops, long string, or cord.

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These items are common hazards for this age group; they should be kept well out of reach, and their dangers should be explained to the child.

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Provide guidance for parents and caregivers regarding age-related safety measures, including the following: ■ Store prescription and over-the-counter medications and alcohol in a locked cabinet far from children’s reach.

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Child items inherit the safety classification of the parent (unless an alternative segregation rationale is documented).

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Teach parents: Not to prop bottle To keep small objects (e.g., coins) out of reach To remove all plastic bags To inspect toys for removable parts or long strings Teach what foods to avoid for young children (e.g., fruits with pits, nuts, gum, whole grapes, hot dogs, popcorn kernels).

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Storing Hazardous Items Safely Any potentially harmful item should be either locked away or kept in cabinets and drawers with childproof safety latches.

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Let your child label (with stickers or marking pens) the boxes filled with her belongings.

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As long as whatever items you choose don’t pose any injury risk to the children, using them is perfectly okay.

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  • I would end the phone conversation immediately and hand my cell phone over to the intruder. If I take him to the kitchen, the only thing I’m offering him is some rope and handkerchiefs to tie and gag me with. I would be far too dressed up in my business attire to even think about trying to make a move. I would be inclined to put my hands up and do exactly as I’m told, most likely insisting that they make me more comfortable by keeping me quiet and out of the way. I imagine my son would behave in a similar manner, as he would also be overdressed and unable to defend himself. Not to mention I don’t allow him to engage in physical confrontations, even more so when he’s dressed in his three-piece suit and bow tie.

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