Whether it’s your child’s first day or eighth year in school, parents worry.
To have a little less worry during your day, check out these seven back–to-school safety tips from CPSC:
Playground equipment – Ask if it has been inspected and maintained before school starts. Our research and reports of incidents find entrapment and fall hazards with different types of equipment. Your school needs to do a safety check.
Surfaces around playground equipment – kids can be hurt if they (…)
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Now that you found the perfect summer camp that meets your expectations, accreditation standards, and your child’s appetite for fun, wait before you exhale. Sunscreen and labeling your child’s clothes aren’t the only final items on your to-do list. Add some time to review safety with your happy campers before you send them on their adventure.
A good place to start is by looking at a list of the camp’s planned activities. If sports are involved, remember that many sports (…)Read More Jul 2
It’s August! Do you know what that means? BACK-TO-SCHOOL!
While you’re scrambling to pull together fall clothes and school supplies, and sort through your transportation options, be sure to keep a few safety tips in mind:
1. Many schools are now joining the First Lady’s
Let’s Move Initiative
Safe Routes program
to encourage walking or biking to school. Whether you’re part of one of these movements or your child already rides a bike or scooter to school, be sure (…)Read More Aug 22
The below blog from CSPC Chairman Inez Tenenbaum is live today on Let’s Move! Let’s all move and move safely!
I fully support the First Lady’s “Let’s Move” initiative, and I join her in encouraging America’s children to become more physically active as an essential element of a healthy lifestyle. Getting yourself and your children moving together is a fun way to enjoy quality time as a family. At the same time, you can prevent injuries by adding a few of the following simple safety steps (…)Read More May 16