ways to prevent accidents.
• supervision - this is so important, especially in new
surroundings e.g. on holiday or visiting relatives.
• take care at busy times of the day -you may be
distracted e.g. at meal times, bedtime or getting ready
to go out.
• fit home safety products- e.g. Install safety gates at the
top and bottom of stairs to prevent a fall.
learn basic first aid - so you know what to do if your
child has an accident.
• be fire aware - always fit a smoke detector and use a
fire guard (plus know how to escape in the event of a
• watch for older children playing near babies or toddlers.
• a safety harness for the highchair or when out and
about with an energetic toddler (with the additional
reins) can help keep your little one safe.
• remember to always supervise your baby at meal times.
Babies can even try and tip their highchair by pushing
on kitchen units or walls close by.
a monitor offers parents peace of mind. As soon as
baby wakes, you'll know about it. Please remember
though monitors are an aid, they aren't intended to
replace adult supervision.
• hot drinks can scald a baby even after 15 minutes, so
keep them well away from babies and out of young
starting to understand
common dangers. and how to avoid them
falling and tripping - remove toys, fit a baby safety
gate, and always supervise on stairs.
burning and scalding - always test bath water, and
never let children play close to the cooker/oven area.
drowning- never leave a baby or young children alone
in the bath and always use a non-slip mat.
suffocation/strangulation - keep cats away from
bedrooms, remove blind/curtain cords well away from
your child's reach.
• choking - babies love putting things in their mouth,
so remove older children's small toys from the floor,
and keep household liquids and medicines safely out
of the way. Keep deflated balloons well away from
babies and young children- they pose a real danger if
for further information
please approach our retail staff for assistance or
contact customer care department at 6513 3270/
email: [email protected]
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