Do you remember that last time you crawl around the house was in what? As parents, it is actually necessary for children to climb several times at home. Because children are like this every day, lying on the ground to explore the world around them.
Therefore, it is most reasonable and appropriate to check the safety of the home from their perspective.
High incidence of accidental injuries
Accidental injuries have become the first cause of death for children under 14 years old in our country, accounting for 26.1% of the total death of children. They are also the primary factor of disability for children, which is far higher than the other four diseases (pneumonia, malignant tumor, congenital malformation and heart disease).
The main sources of accidental injuries are: traffic accidents, poisoning, falls, burns, drowning, animal bites and other accidental injuries.
10 Safety Tips for Living Rooms
No matter at home or outdoors, the most effective way to prevent accidental injuries to children is [close monitoring].
However, even the strictest monitoring is difficult to ensure the 100% safety of children. Therefore, we provide you with several tips to help you prevent accidental injuries in children’s rooms.
All indoor furniture should be equipped with table corner protection covers to prevent the baby from being bruised by sharp table corners.
Install the safety door;
Install the power socket protection cover;
Never let the child play with water alone in the bathroom.
Installation of smoke alarms;
Install spherical handles on the door;
Don’t let go of soft bedding or large plush toys on the crib.
It is better to let the baby sleep alone and not squeeze among adults.
Do not use walker;
Place articles that may cause suffocation, various medicines, high-temperature articles and sharp articles out of reach of children.
These 10 moves alone are obviously not enough. In order to make the baby have a safer home environment, Dr. Clove specially sorted out 60 potential safety hazards hidden in children’s rooms, walls and floors, doors and windows, furniture, kitchens, stairs, bathrooms, laundry rooms and garages. [Click here] to view and collect the safety lists that parents need to master.
Responsible Editor: Katherine