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    SAFETY FIRST
    Safety Precautions
    1. 
    The elements of practicing electrical safety.
    2. 
    Damage that may occur to the body in the event of 
    an electrical shock.
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    Safety measures to protect yourself while cooking.
    4. 
    First aid actions in case of a burn.
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    Elements contributing to .
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    Personal responsibilities in furthering and maintaining safety.
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    Actions that will prevent injury resulting from moving things.
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    Safety actions to be taken in preventing accidental falls.
    9.
    Measures to help prevent accidental cuts and punctures.
    10.
    Elements in prevention of machinery accidents.
    11.
    The Three Elements Necessary to Produce a Fire
    12. Emergency procedures in case of a fire.
    Safety-Promoting Activities
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    Safety measures for bathing the infant.
    2. 
    Actions you should take to protect 
    the infant/toddler from accidental injury.
    3. 
    Items that can be the cause of infant 
    smothering, strangulation and suffocation.
    4. 
    Ways to prevent accidental burns.
    5. 
    The safety concerns in the child's play area.
    6. 
    Examples of dangerous and safe toys by age group.
     
  1. Up to 2 years old
  2. 2 to 3 years old
  3. 3 to 6 years old
  4. 6 to 12 years old
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    Foods that may cause choking in the young child (infant to 2 years).
    8. 
    Effective safety measures in the kitchen.
    9. 
    The basics of traffic safety.
    10.
    Measures for prevention accidental poisoning.
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  6. agents commonly responsible for childhood poisonings
  7. actions that can be taken to prevent accidental poisonings
  8. emergency protocols in case of poisoning 

  9.     or suspected poisoning of a child
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    Emergency protocols for the infant or child who is choking.
    12.
    The signs, symptoms, and actions to be taken
    in the event of infant breathing difficulties.
    13.
    Signs and symptoms of abdominal pain in the infant
    and specific emergency situations related to abdominal pain.
    14.
    Signs, symptoms, and actions to be taken when confronted by
    a convulsive infant, child, or adult.
    15.
    Actions to be taken in case of head injury to a child.
    16.
    Actions to be taken in case of burns or scalds.
    17.
    Actions to be taken in case of bleeding injury.
    18.
    Actions to be taken with a postpartum mother 
    who is experiencing excessive bleeding/hemorrhage.
    19.
    Procedure to be followed if a mother requests your advice 
    concerning a suspected physical problem.
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    Other safety measures for preventing accidental burn injury..
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