Home Safety Task Force

Each year, more than 3.4 million kids ages 14 and under get hurt at home—and more than 2,500 children die from unintentional injuries in the home.  Fire, suffocation, drowning, choking, firearm, and poisoning are among the top leading causes of unintentional home injury death for this age group.

Home Safety Task Force Activities

  • In Memory of Baby Lane . . . Small parts testers and educational materials are provided to pediatrician offices, childcare centers, and social service agencies to raise awareness about potential choking hazards for young children.
  • A public health educator can provide information on fall and choking prevention, poison safety and prevention, and electrical safety and prevention.

Safety Tips

 

Safety Tips for Button Batteries & Choking

TV & Furniture Tip-Over Tip Sheet

Household Poison Prevention Safety Tips

Gun Safety Tips

Home Safety Checklist

Download & Check Your Home for Hidden Dangers

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Poison Center, www.poison.org

Nebraska MEDS Disposal, www.nebraskameds.org

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