1. Keep the appliance out of reach, children they most often touch the heat items like spoon fork and the electrical
2. Keep an eye on appliances such as irons, curling irons or hair dryers that can heat up quickly or stay warm after use. Unplug these items after you’re done.
3. Don’t carry or hold a child while cooking on the stove. Instead, move a high chair in the kitchen within reach or sight before you start.
4. We know the water heater is the last thing on your mind. But a small change can give you one less thing to worry about. To prevent accidental, make sure that you’re trying to help the child in all their needs.
5. Check the water with your wrist or elbow before giving your baby a nice bath.
6. Slowly open containers that have been in the microwave, as steam can burn little fingers and faces.
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