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In Case of Emergency Baby Sitting Safety Inspection Check List

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In Case of Emergency there is no better way to be prepared than to have gone through a check list so hopefully you will not find yourself in one of these in case of emergency situations.

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Safety Inspection
Checklist—Check It Out!

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For Emergencies

• The emergency phone list has been filled out and is posted.

• The first aid kit is properly stocked and stored away.

• I know where the working flashlights, battery-operated radio and extra
batteries are located.

ICE In Case of Emergency – To Prevent Wounds

• Knives, hand tools, power tools, razor blades, scissors, guns, ammunition and other objects that can cause injury are stored in locked cabinets or locked storage areas.

ICE In Case of Emergency – To Prevent Falls

• Safety gates are installed at all open stairways when babysitting small children and infants.

• Windows and balcony doors have childproof latches or window guards.

• Balconies have protective barriers to prevent children from slipping through
the bars.

• The home is free of clutter on the floors, especially on or near stairways.

ICE In Case of Emergency – To Prevent Poisoning

• Potential poisons, like detergents, polishes, pesticides, car-care fluids, lighter fluids and lamp oils, are stored in locked cabinets and are out of reach of children.

• Houseplants are kept out of reach.

• Medicine is kept in a locked storage place that children can’t reach. • Child-resistant packaging is closed or re-closed securely.

ICE In Case of Emergency – To Prevent Burns

• Safety covers are placed on all unused electrical outlets. • Loose cords are secured and out of the way. Multi-cord or octopus plugs are not used.

• At least one approved smoke alarm is installed and operating on each to read more click here Don’t forget to sign up for your free copy of WalletICE TM,  the valuable medical information you collect with your WalletICE TM, Can Save the Life of Your Child.

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