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child·proof

(chīld'prūf)
Denotes packaging designed to prevent injury to children, refers particularly to medicines and household chemicals.

childproof

Designed to prevent injury to children; used esp. of medicine containers that children cannot open.
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We carried out our own test to see how safe child-resistant containers really are after the Child Accident Prevention Trust revealed that 15 toddlers a day land up in hospital after swallowing the contents of supposedly child-proof containers.
Margolis responds, "As parents ourselves-including our co-founder who is a doctor-we spent a lot of time thinking about this and ultimately using a child-proof cap on all four of the kids' products to ensure that parents hold the control to appropriately dose each product for their children."
Create a child-proof zone on any shared devices which you can access via the lock screen.
You tell them to steer clear of fires and cookers and fill your home with socket covers and child-proof gates.
A CAPT survey earlier this year found that more than three-quarters of parents thought child-proof caps were impossible for children to open.
A CAPT survey earlier this year found that more than three-quarters of parents thought child-proof caps were completely impossible for young children to open.
A CAPT survey found three-quarters of parents thought child-proof caps were impossible for children to open.
The Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) claims almost three-quarters (73%) of parents 'mistakenly' believe child safety tops make medicines and cleaning products child-proof.
And many items we tend to leave out in the open, such as cosmetics or shampoo, don't have child-proof closures.
CR-Vs are well-built, with a child-proof interior, but the ride is a little firm.
These child-proof tops are not so easy for older hands like mine!"