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Raising Children

Home safety

Most injuries to young children occur at home and can be prevented.  Injuries in the home are most often caused by falls, burns, poisoning, choking, strangulation and drowning.

Create safe homes by safety proofing, supervising and teaching young children how to stay safe.


Home Safety Checklist for Families with Young Children (PDF 2.00MB)

Is Your Child Safe? (PDF 388KB) - Provides a wide range of information related to child safety.


Parachute - Home Safety

Parachute - Scalds and Burns

Parachute - Choking, Suffocation and Strangulation

Parachute - Falls

Parachute - Meal Time

Parachute - Bed Time

Parachute - Around the House

Parachute - Bath Time

Parachute - Backyard Pools

Parachute - Poisoning

Parachute - Electrical Safety

Parachute - Play Time

Government of Canada - Consumer product safety

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