Bicycle helmets need to fit right to protect you.
Play safe. Wear a helmet.
Inspect, detect and protect against odorless, colorless carbon monoxide poisoning.
Frankie, an 8th grader from California is the 2015 GRAND PRIZE winner of the Carbon Monoxide Poster Contest. Congratulations, Frankie!
You don't run your car indoors; don't run your generator inside either.
Beware of Halloween fire hazards.
Tips to keep your child safe this Halloween
Make safety your business. Do not resell recalled products. It's against the law.
Keep prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins and supplements in their original, labeled containers and out of children's reach and sight.
Keep household cleaners and other poisonous products in their original, labeled containers and out of children's reach and sight.
Single-load liquid laundry packets look like candy,toys and teething rings ... but they’re POISON!
Important safety tips to prevent child-related poisonings.
New federal rules for safer cribs went into effect in June 2011.
Child safety tips for grandparents around the home.
A checklist for safe sleeping for your baby.
Bare is best. Never add pillows, quilts, comforters or cushions to your baby's crib, bassinet or play yard.
Keep these top tips in mind to create safe spaces for a baby in the home.
Power up with safety. Overloaded extension cords and power strips can present a serious fire hazard.
Smoke alarms save lives. Install them, test them, protect your family.
Unattended cooking is the top cause of fires in the home. Stand by your pan whenever you are frying, grilling or broiling food.
Celebrate safely with fireworks.
Keep sparklers away from young children. Sparklers can burn at 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Use caution when using adult bed rails. Seniors have been caught, trapped, entangled and strangled.
Tipover tragedies can be prevented by taking low-cost steps to stabilize televisions, furniture and appliances. Use anchors and protect a child.
Use these tips to prevent falls, fires and other incidents associated with holiday decorations.
See the five most common hazards in the home that you might not have thought about.
Kids and cords on window coverings don't mix.
Window screens keep bugs out but won't keep kids in.
Make safety your business. Do not resell recalled products. It's against the law. Recalled products can cause deaths and injuries.
Get unsafe products out of your home. Log on to SaferProducts.gov to report an unsafe product to CPSC and to search for recalls and incident reports.
Make sure your home is safe from slips, trips and falls.
Kids and cords on window coverings don't mix. Go cordless.
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.
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.
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.
Each year, more than 200,000 children go to hospital emergency rooms with playground-related injuries. Most of the injuries occur when a child falls from the equipment onto the ground.
Four deadly hazards to avoid after a storm.
Learn about real ATV-related risks and the tips to overcome them.
Strap on a helmet. It could save your life.
A child can swallow a button battery and suffer chemical burns in as little as two hours.
Play it safe. Tips to help you shop smart this holiday season.
Keep small, high-powered magnets out of the reach of children.
Three toy tips to remember: Play safe, keep safe, put away safe.
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