Children's Health & Safety Association

Issue 43: July 2018

Monday, 03 September 2012 10:54


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Children are going back to school and for the wee ones this will be their first year. How exciting is that! Their daily routine will change, they'll be meeting new classmates, travel to and from school, and have a new surrounding – their very first classroom. It’s a good idea to think ahead and consider Back to School safety guidelines and measures that you want to incorporate into your daily routine. Being prepared will enable you to enjoy your life more and worry less. Children's Safety Association of Canada has numerous safety documents for you to read and copy. Think Safety First. We do.

To read information on Back to School Safety including:

  •  Before School Begins Set a Routine
  •  Caution to Drivers
  •  The Safest Way to get to School
  •  Before your Children Get on the Bus
  •  Children that go to School by Bicycle
  •  Child Health Assessment Before a New School Year Begins
  •  School Supplies
  •  Sports Equipment Supplies
  •  School Lunch Tips
  •  Homework
  •  Your Child's First Day of School

please click on Children's Safety Association of Canada – Back to School Safety

To read information on Water Safety including:

  • Diving Safety
  • Drowning Prevention
  • Swimming Pool and Chemical Safety

please click on Children's Safety Association of Canada - Water Safety.

To read information on Summer Safety including:

  • Summer Water Safety
  • Teaching your Child to Swim
  • The Golden Rules of First Aid
  • Hiking Safety
  • First Time Hikers
  • Bicycle Safety
  • Sports Safety

please click on Children's Safety Association of Canada – Summer Safety.

To read information on Your Kids and Sun Safety including:

  • How the Sun Harms our Skin
  • Childhood Sun Protection is a Must
  • Kids at High Risk
  • Eight Simple Steps to Sun Protection
  • Suncare for Babies
  • Choosing a Sunscreen
  • The Shadow Test
  • Treating a Sunburn
  • When on Medication
  • The UV Index and Science of Sun Protection

please click on Children's Safety Association of Canada – Sun Safety.

To read information on Mosquitoes & West Nile Virus please click on Children's Safety Association of Canada – Mosquitoes & West Nile Virus.

To read information on Amusement Park Safety including:

  • Before you Leave Home
  • Before you Start your Amusement Adventure

please click on Children's Safety Association of Canada – Amusement Park Safety.

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