Staying Safe in the house
o stay safe in the bathroom; 1. Razors are kept locked or in a tin. 2. keep all scissors locked or in a tin. 3. Keep electricals away from water.
To stay safe in the bathroom; 1. Before entering the shower or bath check the temperature . 2. supervise very young children and babies in for example the bath. 3. keep good hygiene in the bathroom and for yourself.
To stay safe in the Bedroom; 1. Over use of technology not monitored can cause health issues. 2. No parental control of young people in their room can mean access to things they shouldn't be on. 3. clothes and other belongings are tidied away.
To stay safe on the stairs; 1. if elderly live in the house a chair lift may be built on the stairs. 2. Have a banister on the staircase. 3. n't slide dowhe banister or jump down the stairs.
To stay safe in the garden and around the shed; 1. keep the shed locked at all times. 2. make sure any tools are tidied away and hose is kept neat and tidy. 3. Maintain the garden by keeping fencing to stop young children wondering out. 4. keep the garden free from pet poop.
to stay safe by the swimming pool; 1. don't run. 2. don't dive into the shallow end. 3. keep food out of the pool. 4. signs around the pool side and safety equipment.
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