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This publication represents the views and expert opinions of an IARC Working Group on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, which met in Lyon, 2-9 June 2015
Includes information on privacy of information, cleaning your hands, asking questions, preventing falls, medication safety, and providing us with feedback.
This resource is designed for educators and to help parents and caregivers of infants and young children prevent common childhood injuries. Practical tips on home safety and powerful interviews with parents and health care experts give a strong message about keeping children safe. Learn about preve…
The book will be valuable for clinical staff who want to understand patient safety and make their own unit safer.
What is safety? -- Choosing a bike -- Helmets -- Checking your equipment -- Dressing for safety -- Safe places to ride -- Rules of the road -- Hand signals -- Crossing streets -- Dangers on the road -- Ride with care -- If you fall -- Bicycle fun -- Safety tips.
What is safety? -- Safe playgrounds -- Check the equipment -- Safety rules -- Playing with others -- Swings -- Slides -- Climbing equipment -- Seesaws -- Merry-go-rounds -- Other ways to play -- Strangers -- Playground accidents -- Safety tips
What is safety? -- Learning to swim -- Where to swim -- The buddy system -- Pool safety rules -- Lifeguards -- Take care of yourself -- Lake safety -- Rivers and oceans -- Life jackets -- Boating safety -- Trouble in the water -- When to get out -- Safety tips.
What is safety? -- Good fires and bad fires -- Fire starters -- Kitchen safety -- Other fires -- Stop, drop, and roll -- Smoke detectors -- Make a plan -- Fire drill! -- Getting out safely -- Be smart around smoke -- Call for help -- Firefighters and other helpers -- Safety tips.
What is safety? -- Getting around safely -- Kitchen safety -- Sharp objects -- Bathroom safety -- Poisons -- Choking -- Electricity -- Fire safety -- Computer safety -- Home alone-- Safety around guns-- Make a safety plan -- Safety tips.
What is safety? -- Get ready to ride -- Riding safely -- Plan a route -- Walking safely -- Crossing the street -- Street safety -- Dangerous places -- Strangers -- Lost! -- Finding help -- Calling for help -- Be smart and safe -- Safety tips.
This set contains 44 large-format cards. The full-colour illustrations show a variety of situations in which people are at risk, either through their own behaviour or that of others. Each card clearly shows the activity creating the risk and ways of avoiding it. Images include people of all ages an…
Goals: This game facilitates discussions about dangerous or potentially dangerous situations (including motor vehicle safety, fire safety, traffic safety, violence from peers and abuse) to help familiarize a child with a wide variety of unsafe situations.
Strategic thinking and creative problem so…
Safe and Okay is a safety curriculum for elementary school children with significantly involved communication impairments or intellectual disabilities. Targeted for students in elementary school, this program is a sequel to No-Go-Tell! A protection curriculum for preschool and early elementary age…
Safe Kids Canada has joined with Safe Communities Canada, SMARTRISK, and ThinkFirst Canada to create Parachute, a national, charitable organization dedicated to preventing injury and saving lives. Parachute’s injury prevention programming and advocacy efforts are designed to help Canadians reduce t…
Ensure your children wear a helmet every time they ride. Get the right kind of helmet. Choose a bicycle helmet for cycling, in-line skating and scootering. Ensure the helmet fits your child. The helmet should rest two finger widths above the eyebrow. The side and chin straps should be snug. People …