June is National Safety Month. Illness and accidents are a part of life, unfortunately. However, you can take steps to prevent many accidents and illnesses, with the right information and some simple actions.
Here is a collection of some
Health & Safety Tips for Your Home, Kids and You.
Proper Hand Washing Technique - Teach kids how to wash their hands properly, to prevent and stop the spread of illness
Dental Care For Kids - Learn tips for how to develop a routine for dental care with this interview with dentist, and mother of 4, Dr. Jennifer Salzer
We love our holiday and our traditions, but keeping our kiddos safe during these special occasions are our top priority. Here are some great tips to keeping your child safe around Halloween.
Halloween safety tips for kids, including for both trick or treating and choosing costumes.
Cleaning your home makes it healthier, and safer for you to live in, but you need to do the cleaning itself safely to reap the benefits. Therefore, check out these health and safety tips about cleaning below:
Watch Video- How to use a Fire Extinguisher
Watch Video- How to practice Stop, Drop and Roll with your kids
Watch Video- How to put out a Kitchen Grease Fire
Watch Video- How to make your families Fire Escape Plan
Preparing for emergency situations and natural disasters may seem overwhelming—but it doesn’t need to be. We’re here to make it as easy as possible.
That’s why we’ve created this list: The 12 Tools You Need for Survival. It’s a simple roadmap to help you get all the gear you need to stay safe and healthy in a crisis.
Whether you live on a dozen acres of your own land or in a studio apartment in the city, this list will help you gather just the right food, shelter, and supplies that make sense for you and your family.
To learn how you and your family can prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters. Visit
https://www.ready.gov/ and learn about these four key things you can do.
(1) stay informed about the different types of emergencies that could occur and their appropriate responses
(2) make a family emergency plan and
(3) build an emergency supply kit, and
(4) get involved in your community by taking action to prepare for emergencies.