Posts Tagged ‘Holiday Safety’

Top Tips for Holiday Safety During COVID-19

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is offering ways to protect yourself from possible dangers associated with holiday trees, candles, and cooking fires, as well as unsafe toys.

To keep the season safe, here’s what you need to know:


Choking on small parts and riding toy injuries…

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4th of July Road Safety Tips, from the National Safety Council

National Safety Council calculations indicate 164 people may be killed on the road during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday period, and an additional 18,600 may be seriously injured in crashes.

That estimate is nearly 4 percent higher than the actual number of deaths – 157 – that occurred in 2012…

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These Dangerous Holiday Habits are All-Too-Common in US Homes

The holiday months can carry an increased risk of house fires and burns, due to more time indoors, more cooking, open flames and decorations, according to a report from Shriners Hospitals for Children.

An independent survey commissioned by Shriners Hospitals for Children polled US adults on their fire safety practices…

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