Internet Safety for Kids
Check out http://mediasmarts.ca/ for great information on how to keep your kids safe online. Topics include cyberbullying, internet privacy, internet exploitation and more. This site also includes educational games and E-tutorials!
Click here for tips on using Facebook or other social networking sites.
Safety at Home
As summer draws to a close, back-to-school season is in full effect. Safety should be a priority for every family as children return to classrooms this fall. It is important for parents to stay up-to-date on the proper safety
precautions and share this information with their children to keep them safe throughout the school year. There are a number of “safety at home”, “safety on the road”, and “school safety” articles provided by The Canada Safety Council and National Safety Council website that can be accessed.
Of all the disabling injuries, over 60% happen at home. Nearly twice as many people are killed in home incidents as at work. An estimated 4.27 million Canadians age 12 or older suffered an injury severe enough to limit their usual activities in 2009-2010. There are many hazards around the home and the key is to eliminate risk before an injury occurs.
For information on
- occupant restraints
- child safety seats
- young drivers
- back to school safety
- pedestrian safety
- bicycle safety
- child traffic safety
- new drivers
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