home safety checklist

home safety checklist

A documentation tool to evaluate, anticipate, and prevent injuries (usually caused by accidental falls) to an impaired individual in his or her own home.
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Protect your child from these and other dangers with this Steps to Home Safety checklist.
Allstate's Home Safety Checklist helps new homeowners outline activities they can do to stay safe and secure, such as replacing door locks or installing a security system; and Allstate's Digital Locker[R] helps create an inventory of one's belongings and their values.
php for more information and a complete home safety checklist.
A 70-page resource section offers forms for keeping a health record, lists of medications and devices, contacts for epilepsy centers and camps, international resources, Web links, a home safety checklist, a workplace plan of action, and first aid tips for seizures.
The handbook includes a home safety checklist, resources, and a glossary.
For new patients, the questionnaire should ask about past medical history current medications, drug allergies, surgical and medical hospitalization, social history or habits, preventive health measures, and a home safety checklist.
With Munoz's help, three Coral Park Senior High students - Alfredo Veloso, Vanessa Zamora, and Yamile Yern - translated the fire prevention brochure and home safety checklist into Spanish and also taught the seniors some very important life-saving tips.
Home safety checklist intervention programs have been found effective in reducing hazards that cause home injuries [4].
com/ has a home safety checklist, a shopping mall and several discussion lists.
Focusing primarily on the prevention of fire and burns, falls, choking, poisoning and drowning, the site features games, activities, projects, home safety checklists and tips for both parents and children.
module to teach children about finding dangerous objects such as matches, syringes, and weapons; and emphasizing these topics a second time through classroom posters, art and craft activities, home safety checklists, and items in monthly parent newsletters.