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Following a child safety guide can give you lots of tips to make sure you are doing all you can to help protect your children from any accidents that may occur. There are guides that you can buy off the shelf that will give you lots of information or alternatively you can look online, where you have quick access to pretty well as much free information as you need. One thing you could do is create your own child safety guide from the free information, so that you have a list you can follow and implement all the tips yourself. If you do this, you can ensure you are doing all you can.

Here are just a few tips that you can add into your own child safety guide to help you get started:

  1. Teach your child water and fire safety. Teaching your child to swim is a vital safety precaution especially if you have a swimming pool in your garden. This will ensure that if they ever manage to get into the pool without you noticing, that they have a good chance of not getting themselves into any trouble and drowning. Fire safety is also just as important. You should teach them never to play with matches or cigarette lighters as fire can kill. These tips may seem basic but are 100% essential.
  2. Car safety. You should always make your child wear a seatbelt when traveling in the car. Believe it or not, there are still hundreds of deaths each year which could of been avoided due to people not wearing seatbelts. It only takes a second to put on and really could save your life. So teach them to always wear their belt. If you have a baby then you should also purchase a baby seat, so that your baby if fully protected just in case of an accident.

Just these few tips added to your child safety guide will give you a good head start on making sure you are protecting your child's safety as much as you can.