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Safety at home

  • Cover sockets
  • Use good lighting
  • Use fire and radiator guards
  • Use protective film or safety glass, and fit child-resistant window locks
  • Use door slam protectors
  • Don't have worn or damaged carpets
  • Use safety gates
  • Have tidy floors and stairs, and mop up spills
  • Install smoke and carbon dioxide alarms

In the kitchen, keep sharp tools and glasses out of reach. Ue the least toxic cleaning products, with child-resistant…




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