September is National Baby Safety Month. This is a great time to check on things like product recalls, car seat standards, and more. Here are 4 ways you can observe this important month:
1. It’s never too early to learn about car seat standards, as well as proper installation and use:
September is #NationalBabySafety ?? month with @JPMA. @CarrollHigh #CHSChildDev Ss practicing car seat ?? installation to get ready for @RealityworksInc #RealCareBaby #rearfacing pic.twitter.com/4xj76wKmzD
— Mrs. Goodman (@KGoodmanCHS) September 6, 2019
2. Download Safe Kid Worldwide’s “Up and Away” checklist bit.ly/2zTWCPN :
Parents, trying to #declutter and get organized? It’s #babysafetymonth, so while you’re at it, take a look at this. It will remind you which things you want to keep up and away from children. #homesafety #upandaway #BSM2019
Download the checklist: https://t.co/JwgAjNG2Dq pic.twitter.com/WQcfBFngy6
— Safe Kids Worldwide (@safekids) September 5, 2019
3. Visit babysafetymonth.org to learn more about their Ages and Stages theme for 2019:
Every September is Baby Safety Month, started by JPMA! This year, our theme is Ages and Stages to help you safeguard your home for your little loved ones. Check back this month for more information and great giveaways. To learn more, visit https://t.co/kxlji74SYj #BSM2019 pic.twitter.com/USn48opJRC
— JPMA (@JPMA) September 4, 2019
4. Follow US Consumer Product Safety Commission on Twitter for daily baby safety tips:
— US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) September 1, 2019
BONUS: Realityworks has free infographics available on our website for you, including our child abuse prevention poster. Visit our Free Poster page to check them out and download them for your classroom.
There are many other great resources out there for keeping babies safe. Drop some of your favorite resources in the comments below, or tweet them to us at @RealityworksInc.