CPSC needs your help to spread safety messages to your community. Our Neighborhood Safety Network resources are designed to help you, your contacts and your community learn about hazards and promote safety and health.
These posters and tools can be downloaded free and used to create a safety program in your neighborhood. Learn how to design a safety program to share lifesaving information with friends, family and anyone who can use the following safety information.
In your baby’s sleep environment, keep your baby cozy without the clutter.
A child can swallow a button battery and suffer dangerous chemical burns in as little as two hours. Do not leave products with accessible button batteries within reach of children.
New standards for play yards that begin Feb. 28, 2013. Plus tips to keep your baby safe in his or her sleep environement.
Submit reports involving unsafe consumer products and search for safety information about products you may have or may be thinking about buying.
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Pools are fun on a hot day and a great way to cool off, but they can be dangerous and tempting to young kids. Swim lessons, supervision and appropriate barriers are simple steps that save lives.
Keep kids safe in your home and your neighborhood. Find resources on child safety including information on helmets, furniture tipovers, magnets and more.
From candles to cooking to electrical wiring to home appliances, there are potential fire hazards at every turn. Learn how to protect your family and home from fire hazards.
You can’t taste, see or smell CO, but it can kill in just minutes.
Older adults have concerns of their own, from falls to fire, and they’re the fastest growing segment of our population.
ATVs are powerful, fast and potentially dangerous. Take knowledge to the extreme and learn the golden rules of safe riding.
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