Child Safety

  1. Safe Kids in Panama
    Categories: Child Safety

    Safe Kids in Panama

    With our help, school buses in Panama City, Panama are now equipped with first aid kits including injury treatment, supplies to clean, treat and protect minor wounds, and supplies for other regional concerns like insect bites and stings. School children will be safer and the school bus drivers seem happy about it! School Bus Drivers in Panama with their new...
  2. Swim Safely - Avoid Drowning incidents
    Categories: Child Safety

    Swim Safely - Avoid Drowning incidents

    With summer in full swing, we want to remind you about drowning prevention. Drowning is the leading cause of accidental injury or death in children under the age of 5. Drowning can be quick and silent. It's a fallacy that the act of drowning is accompanies by screams or splashing, making proactive prevention crucial. To help prevent drownings, please remember...
  3. Parents' Day
    Categories: Child Safety

    Parents' Day

    What Is Parents’ Day? Many Americans are unaware that our nation has a new day of commemoration called Parents’ Day. This is good news for America’s parents and families. In 1994 President Bill Clinton signed into law the resolution unanimously adopted by the U. S. Congress establishing the fourth Sunday of every July as Parents’ Day, a perennial day of...
  4. Poison Prevention Week
    Categories: Child Safety

    Poison Prevention Week

    This is National Poison Prevention Week - a few reminders about the dangers of poisoning and how to deal with a poisoning emergency. Remember that while we often think of a child ingesting something the should not as "poisoning", there are in fact many forms of poisoning, and you should learn about them all: » Signs and Symptoms of Poisoning »...
  5. After Bite Sting Relief Products - The Buzz Behind the Bee
    Categories: Wilderness & Outdoor, Shop by Brand Name & Child Safety

    After Bite Sting Relief Products - The Buzz Behind the Bee

    Want to know the story behind the bee? How did the After Bite brand develop, and how does After Bite Work? In the late 90s, Tender Corporation realized that despite After Bite’s success, challenges had appeared in the marketplace as competition in insect bite treatments grew. In response, Tender came up with two new formulas in 1998. Through consumer surveys...
  6. Burns and Scalds in the Kitchen
    Categories: Burn Care First Aid & Child Safety

    Burns and Scalds in the Kitchen

    Whether a professional kitchen or a home kitchen, burns and scalds occur more frequently than any other type of injury (even more than cuts.) During Burn Awareness Week, we thought it an appropriate time to cover some burn-related kitchen safety tips. KITCHEN SAFETY ~ Use oven mitts, not towels, to handle hot pots & pans. ~ Use caution when cooking...
  7. First Aid for Conscious Choking Adults and Children Older Than 1 Year Old
    Categories: CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) & Child Safety

    First Aid for Conscious Choking Adults and Children Older Than 1 Year Old

    Choking can occur when a foreign object, such as food or fluid, blocks the airway. The airway is the passage through which air moves from the nose and mouth through the trachea, or windpipe, and into the lungs. Signs of a severe airway obstruction – Poor air exchange and increasing difficulty breathing, a silent cough, gasping breaths, whistling or wheezing...
  8. Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)
    Categories: First Aid & Child Safety

    Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)

    Many people lean backward when treating a nosebleed, which causes blood to flow into their sinuses causing infections, or into their stomach causing nausea and vomiting. Who wants to throw up while dealing with a bloody nose!?!? Pinch and lean Forward… Have the casualty sit in a chair and lean slightly forward. Apply pressure below the midline of the nose...
  9. Holiday Surprises
    Categories: First Aid, Random Bits of Noise & Child Safety

    Holiday Surprises

    Everyone likes a Holiday Surprise... well we got ours! For our Company Holiday Event, we were just told to arrive at the Company Building for a 7:00 AM Saturday departure and that we would be back Sunday evening around 8:00 PM (It actually ended up closer to 10:00 PM.) Clues were posted on the Employee Bulletin Board each day for...
  10. Holiday Safety
    Categories: Safety Tips & Child Safety

    Holiday Safety

    Nobody is going to be paying any attention in the next few days, so here's our last bid at getting you to have safe as well as happy holidays... CHRISTMAS TREES: ? BEFORE purchasing, check for freshness to minimize fire hazard of dry needles. ? BEFORE mounting a tree in the house, cut base so it can absorb water...

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