Baby-proof your house
Put cleaning products, suffocation hazards (paper and plastic) and sharp knives in high cupboards.
Put safety latches on all cupboards and fridges in arm’s reach.
Remove fridge magnets and dangling cords, and hide vitamins and pills out of the way.
Put stove knob covers gas stoves to prevent them being turned on.
Use non-skid pads for rugs over floorboards or lino.
Use corner guards on hard
Ensure medications are kept out of sight, up high, and within a latched cabinet.
furniture with unforgiving corners such as coffee tables.
Move furniture away from windows to avoid any tumbling out of open windows.
Attach entertainment centres with TVs to the wall, and secure the TV well.
Hide cords to blinds and use tape to secure electrical cords away
Do not leave your child alone near or in the bathroom.
Get locks and latches for medicine cabinets, and a special toilet lock.
The little things:
Use non-toxic houseplants Keep away any harmful items such as ashtrays, matches, lighters, tobacco and lock liquor cabinets
Keep little hands away from radiators and/or heating vents
Ensure toys with batteries have secure, covered battery terminals.