To prevent accidents at home it is necessary for parents to take certain precautions to protect children such as putting protectors in the outlets, because even though it seems safe that the house is safe, it may contain certain hazards that can cause problems such as choking or life-threatening of children.
It is also important to check if the toys you have at home are indicated for your child's age because some toys are manufactured at low cost, being dangerous and can cause suffocation or intoxication. See: How to know if the toy is safe for your child.
Some general safety measures that parents, caregivers, grandparents, uncles or other family members must take while having a child under the age of 5 at home include:
To avoid accidents in the kitchen is very important:
In addition, it should not be made with the child in the kitchen because it can disrupt the mother or other family member and can burn the child.
To avoid accidents with children in the room, you should:
In addition, whenever possible, you should be watching the child because the child's curiosity may cause them to move around and drop some heavy object on the child.
The bathroom is a place with some dangers and, to avoid accidents, one should:
In addition, cleaning products, creams and cosmetics should be placed in high and inaccessible locations so the child does not become intoxicated.
The child's bedroom may also have some dangers and to avoid them should:
In addition to all these care, it is important not to leave the child alone at any time, being aware of everything she is doing and therefore having an electronic baby sitter with a camera in the room is a good way to check if the baby is fine without having to enter the room and disrupt the baby's sleep.
If your child is taking any of the following listed substances, take it to the emergency room, such as:
Perfume, Deodorant, After-shave lotion, Fabric softeners, Hair spray
Medicaments, Boricated water, Ethyl alcohol, Naphthalene, Neocid;
|Wires and electrical outlets|
|Knives or sharp objects|
Hair paint, fabric paint or marking objects;
|Very small objects|
|Cleaning products||Objects with tips and height of height of the child|
Some of these goals can cause choking, poisoning or minor injuries and for this, it is important how to act. Find out what to do in: First Aid for the 8 Most Common Domestic Accidents