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 What are the safety needs of infants?

Answer The safety needs of infants are to be fed, to be kept warm, and to be protected from dangers.
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Safety Issues for Infants?

Infants are fragile human beings because they are so small, have limited mobility and do not understand language and rules like older children. Infants require extra attention from caretakers. By u... Read More »
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Home safety issues for preschool children or community safety issue?

Girlintheshadows made some good suggestions. I would, also, suggest putting protective covers in plug sockets, safety gates to keep children from falling down stairs or not so safe areas in the hou... Read More »
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Is it true that safety helmets,safety belts or air-bags are useless in a high-speed/head-on collision?

Yes, a head-on collision at 55 mph (assuming both cars are going that fast, with a closure speed of 110 mph and both cars weigh about the same and they hit squarely instead of glancingly), will alm... Read More »
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What are safety issues working to support childrens health and safety?

I have never been set on fire, but I have been burnt on a stove, and 2nd degree burns from being in the sun too long.2nd Answerer says: Yes, I have.
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