CPSC provides free safety alerts, guides, posters, brochures, handbooks and other materials which you can use to help spread consumer product safety information in your community.
Safety Alerts and Neighborhood Safety Network Posters are only available online for you to print, post or share.
You can order printed copies of Safety Guides by e-mailing your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the safety guide's name, link and number of copies of the safety guide you would like to order, along with your name, mailing address and e-mail address. You should receive your order in 3-4 weeks.
Avoid tap water scalds. Lower your water heater temperature to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
Did you know that thousands of kids are injured every year by falling from shopping carts? Safety tips for injury-proofing your child in a shopping cart.
Air mattresses aren’t for babies. They are too soft and could cause babies to suffocate.
Use the safety harness whenever your child in a stroller. If not secured with the safety harness, your baby can slip through the opening between the seat and the tray and strangle.
Babies can suffocate, get trapped in or fall from adult beds. The safest place for baby is a crib or play yard.
Children can strangle in baby monitor cords. Keep all cords out of arm’s reach of babies and toddlers.
Never tie string, cords, necklaces, toys or anything around a child’s neck. They can strangle. Kids and cords of any kind don’t mix.
Children drown in bathtubs, buckets and pails, not just in pools or spas. Stay within arm’s reach when baby is in the bathtub and keep children away from buckets and pails you use for household chores.
Become a safety-conscious babysitter by learning about expectations, toy safety, poison prevention and more.
Throw a baby safety shower for your friend who’s expecting and help her make her house safe for the new arrival.
Young children are drawn to water. Keep them from drowning in pools and spas, buckets and bathtubs.
If you put your baby to sleep in a playpen, leave out the soft bedding.
Keep your baby safe in your home with these safety tips and use the growth chart to track your baby’s progress.
This brochure gives you bright ideas for keeping your baby’s nursery safe.
Use these safety devices to protect your children.
Use this checklist to check for hidden safety hazards at school.
Look inside and out to protect the young children in your care.
Prevent choking by keeping small objects such as marbles, balloons, small balls and coins off the floor and out of a child's reach.
Child safety tips for grandparents around the home.
Beware of Halloween fire hazards.
Tips to keep your child safe this Halloween.
Be on guard for in-home drowning dangers.
New standards are in place for play yards to keep babies safe.
All strollers and carriages made after Sept. 10, 2015 must meet new federal requirements for overall safety.
Keep your child safe when travelling. Before leaving home, pack with safety in mind. When you arrive, do a safety spot check.
Keep these top tips in mind to create safe spaces for a baby in the home.
Children can drown quickly and silently in containers of water inside the home as well as in outdoor pools. Be aware. Don’t let it happen.
Make safety your business. Do not resell recalled products. It's against the law. Recalled products can cause deaths and injuries.
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