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It’s holiday time and as a gift giver you may be receiving your child’s top toy wish list. While buying the hottest and trendiest toys for your child may be the first thing that crosses your mind, CPSC wants to remind you that safety should always come first.
Every year, CPSC receives many reports of kids younger than 15 who end up in hospital emergency rooms with toy-related injuries. Last year, there were more than 174,100 toy-related ER-treated injuries and 7 deaths (…)Read More Nov 16
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Backpacks, books, pencils and pens, get ready because it’s back to school time, again! Whether your child walks, rides their bike or rides in a car or bus to school, safety should be priority number one!
A child can be seriously injured or even killed while riding a bicycle, playing on the playground, using a movable soccer goal, wearing a jacket with a drawstring or by using a recalled product. Our goal at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is to (…)Read More Aug 28
It’s holiday time and as a gift giver you may be receiving your child’s top toy wish list. You may also feel overwhelmed with ads on the hottest, trendiest and best toy lists. Choosing the right style, color or brand may be the first thing that crosses your mind; but, CPSC wants to remind you that safety should always come first.
As you prepare to spread some holiday cheer with toy purchases, avoid choices that could land your child in the emergency room. CPSC still receives too many reports (…)Read More Nov 17
Safety is the New Cool. So be Smart and Stay Safe as you head back to School!
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Yes, it’s cool to be safe. So let’s talk about a few ways to keep safety on the brain as children head back to school for another year of learning, growing and fun. Check out these tips.
So your child wants to ride a bike, skateboard, or maybe even scooter to school? That’s cool, as long as he/she remembers safety first. So it’s important that they wear the right helmet, (…)Read More Aug 18
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Summer is right around the corner and perhaps you’re looking for ways to enjoy the outdoors. Whether it’s taking a refreshing dip in a pool, getting that much needed exercise by riding a bike or simply opening a window to feel the warm breeze, safety should always come first. Be a “Summer Safety Superhero” by following these simple steps:
Teach kids to swim or sign them up for swim lessons.
Install a four-sided fence around your pool