Care your Kids: How To Bring Safety At Home For Kids?


1. Ensuring the safety of your baby 

Do not leave your child alone at home or to the care by elder children.

Have a first-aid kit at home.

You should equip with first-aid knowledge.

2. .Safety in the Living Room

Keep kids safely at home

How To Bring Safety At Home For Kids? 

Cover the sharp edges on furniture with corner protectors

Lock up the foldable furniture or put it away in a secured place

Avoid arranging your furniture in staggered way such that children can climb up high

Install and lock up the window guards

Use protective covers for the sockets on the wall

Fix the position of opened doors with door stoppers or magnets

Fasten the seatbelt and secure the locks on high chairs and baby cart when baby is placed there

Ensure that the curtain ropes are out of the reach of your child

Do not use glass table tops at home

Store matches and lighters away securely

3. Safety in the kitchen

Keep kids safely at home

How To Bring Safety At Home For Kids?

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Install a gate at the kitchen door

Turn the handles of cooking utensils inward on the stove

Do not carry your baby in the kitchen

Store all sharp utensils at where children can’t reach

Store medicine at where children can’t reach

Never put detergents and other chemicals in drink bottles

Store or lock up detergents in cupboards where children can’t reach

Store electric kettle or hot water flask out of the reach of children

iv. Safety in the bathroom

Keep kids safely at home

How To Bring Safety At Home For Kids?

Put an anti-slip pad in the bathtub

Always keep your bathroom dry

Always keep the bathroom door close

Use a plastic basin for a baby bath

Never leave your baby in the bath alone (even just for a moment)

When preparing a bath for your baby, put cold water before hot water, and test the water temperature with your elbow

Never leave utensils filled with water around

v. Safety in the bedroom

Keep kids safely at home

Lock up the fence of the baby cot when leaving your baby there

The distance between the fence bars of the baby should be less than 6cm (2.5”)

The size of the mattress should fit the size of the baby cot

The height of the cot fences should be more than 3/4 of your baby’s height

Never leave your baby alone on sofa or bed without fences (even just for a moment)

Do not let ropes hanging near the baby bed

There should be ladder on the bunk bed and the ladder should be secured

There should not be any gap between the bunk bed and the wall

All you need in your first- aid kit

Home accidents do happen. Children are vulnerable and are dependent in protecting themselves. So parents need to exercise home safety precautions as well as knowing how to reduce the degree of the accidental injuries at home. Having a first-aid kit at home is essential to treat minor injuries. Parents should also equip yourselves with first-aid skills to protect your vulnerable child in emergency. If the condition serious, consult a doctor as soon as possible.

A standard first-aid kit should contain:

Sterilized cotton Sterilized gauze Dressing Pad

Adhesive bandages Elastic bandage

(2"/5cm wide and 3"/7.5cm wide each) 70% alcohol

Mild disinfectant Safety pins Round-ended scissors

Triangular bandage Disposable gloves

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