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2013-01-22
Name: Meera Consider the potential hazard of anything you drop into the bin. If you´ re using it to discard batteries, paper clips, plastic bags, or other dangerous items, place it out of reach, or in a cupboard which your child cannot open. Store your shopping bags away as soon as you get them. Your child could easily empty one and if it´ s a plastic bag there´ s a big risk of suffocation.


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2013-01-22
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Name: fedrick gems
Subject:  Making your home safe for your baby
Think big. Until your child turns 3, toy parts should be bigger than his mouth to avoid the possibility of choking. To determine whether a toy poses a choking risk, try fitting it through a toilet paper roll. If a toy or part of a toy can fit inside the cylinder, it' s not safe.Think big. Until your child turns 3, toy parts should be bigger than his mouth to avoid the possibility of choking. To determine whether a toy poses a choking risk, try fitting it through a toilet paper roll. If a toy or part of a toy can fit inside the cylinder, it' s not safe.
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2013-01-22
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Name: ragini thorat
Subject:  Making your home safe for your baby
There are many more safety products available for purchase:

1.Safety tap caps – are designed to prevent children from turning on a hot tap which results in household hot water burns and can be easily installed without the assistance of a plumber or handyman.
2.Finger protection strips – are an innovative yet simple design to prevent children from trapping their fingers between the door and door hinge.
3.Power point covers – prevent electrocution from open power sockets by covering the point and preventing objects being poked into them.
4.Doorknob covers – make it difficult for children to open a door and prevent them from entering a room.
5.Blind cord windups – can help prevent strangulation by ensuring long cords are not left dangling.
6.Foam door stoppers – help protect little fingers from being jammed in doors.
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