Each year, thousands of children end up in emergency rooms for fire and burn injuries. Many of these accidents, however, can be prevented by exercising caution and childproofing your home. […]
Parents want to feel secure when they entrust their children’s safety to a caretaker such as a babysitter. If a fire occurs, babysitters should be prepared to safely handle the situation. So, before you allow babysitters to watch your children, make sure they know about fire safety. Here’s what they need to know.
While it’s important that your babysitter knows how to react in case of emergencies, you should teach your children safety preparedness as well. Learn how to prepare kids for emergencies, how to keep them safe from fire, and how to protect children from burns. For professional fire damage restoration and smoke damage restoration, contact your local PuroClean office.