You can't remove all the safety hazards from your life, but you can reduce them. To avoid many major hazards and prepare for emergencies
- Keep emergency phone numbers by your telephones
- Make a first aid kit for your home
- Make a family emergency plan
- Install and maintain smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors
- Keep guns unloaded and locked up. Lock up the ammunition separately.
- Follow the directions carefully when using tools or equipment
Young children are especially at risk. Supervision is the best way to keep them safe. Childproofing the house can also help.
- American Red Cross Also in Spanish
- Child Safety: MedlinePlus Health Topic (National Library of Medicine) Also in Spanish
- Gardening Health and Safety Tips (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Home Electrical Safety Checklist (Consumer Product Safety Commission) - PDF
- Home Safety (Safe Kids Worldwide)
- Older Consumers Safety Test (Consumer Product Safety Commission)
- Safety for Older Consumers: Home Safety Checklist (Consumer Product Safety Commission) - PDF
- Woods and Camping Safety for the Whole Family (Nemours Foundation)
Journal Articles References and abstracts from MEDLINE/PubMed (National Library of Medicine)
- Article: Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) for Botanical Extracts (Botanical-TTC) derived from...
- Article: Dietary intake assessment of macro, trace, and toxic elements via consumption...
- Article: Antibiotics in agriculture: the retail customer perspective.
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