A Fact Sheet on Fire Safety for Babies and Toddlers
Publication Year: 2003
This fact sheet gives suggestions to parents as to what they can do to improve their babies' and toddlers' safety from fires. It discusses topics like smoke alarms, matches and lighters, and tells parents to prepare, practice and prevent the unthinkable.
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