Safety Tips from Nanny Robina

  • “Place a safety lock on the stove.”
  • “When exiting a car, always ensure that your child leaves through the door closest to the paved side instead of the road.”
  • “Place a lock on the toilet to keep curious kids safe.”
  • “Fireplace Hearths should be completely blocked off with a gate to protect your child from the danger of fire.”
  • “Always cook using the back burners on your stove. Turn pot handles toward the rear of the stove so your child can't pull hot pots off!”
  • “Always use a bath mat for bathing toddlers to prevent slipping.”
  • “Position your furniture so that a small child cannot climb up to a window.”
  • “Use soft corner padding on sharp corners of furniture.”
  • “When out and about with a baby and toddler, consider using a safety harness to prevent your toddler from running ahead. ”
  • “Re-arrange furniture as your baby starts to crawl to make rooms safer; remove the coffee table if it is glass or has sharp corners.”
  • “Cover all electrical outlets to keep curious kids safe”
  • “Keep stairs clear of clutter that may pose a tripping hazard while carrying your baby.”
  • “Never leave your child/baby unattended in a bath tub.”
  • “When washing dishes, make sure all sharp and glass objects are out of reach and placed securely in the drainer so they cannot fall down.”
  • “Organize kitchen drawers to ensure all cutlery and sharp knives are at the top and secured with child safety drawer locks. Keep other items that are less hazardous, such as tea towels, at the bottom.”
  • “Always tie up the cord for the blinds, making sure your baby can not reach them.”
  • “Ensure all household drugs, cold medicine and other medicines are placed on a high shelf and secured with a childproof device.”
  • “Move all bio-hazard cleaning fluids out of children's reach and secure with a lock.”
  • “A changing table should have guardrails and a strap to help prevent the baby from rolling off it.”
  • “Make sure all windows are securely locked with childproof locks.”
  • “Remove hanging table clothes. A small child could pull it down causing items on top to fall on him/her.”
  • “Dispose of or recycle any plastic bags, they may get into little hands and cause suffocation.”
  • “Make sure there are no pictures on the wall above the crib, to avoid objects falling and hurting your infant.”
  • “Place a gate on stairways and at entrances to keep your toddler safe.”
  • “Never leave standing water in the tub or sink, it only takes two inches of water to create a drowning hazard.”
  • “Help protect your child from harmful sun rays with a car window shade.”
  • “Make sure your tap water is not scalding hot, the maximum recommended water heater temperature is 90 degrees Fahrenheit/32 degrees Celsius.”
  • “Ensure you lock and chain your front door, especially once your toddler starts to walk.”
  • “Use soft corner padding on sharp corners of furniture.”
  • “Place pet foods out of reach of curious tots as they pose a choking risk.”
  • “Don't leave toys in the crib, or anything else that would help the child climb out.”
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