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Child Injury Prevention

  SAFETY TIPS  to help prevent childhood injuries inside and outside your home

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Be prepared for emergencies by making a list of important phone numbers, known allergies and medical conditions, and insurance information for each family member. Post it next to every phone in your home.

Usually, 911 is the best number to call for help. But here are some other numbers you may need to know:


  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Poison Control
  • Emergency Room
  • Fire Department
  • Police Department
  • Your Child's Doctor
  • Mom's Work
  • Dad's Work
  • Mom's Cell Phone
  • Dad's Cell Phone
  • Neighbors and/or Relatives 
  • Teach your kids how to call for help in an emergency. They should know their full name and address, how to dial 911 and how to describe an emergency.

    Printable Safety Guides 

    Injury Prevention Facts

    Product Recall Information

    Kid O Products Recalls Baby Rattles
    Due to Choking Hazard

    Teething Rings Recalled
    by Calisson Due to Ingestion Hazard

    Toy Mobile Phones Recalled
    by Discovery Toys Due to Choking Hazard



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