Child Safety When Playing

Children who are in school holiday mood, will spend a lot of time to play and recreation to various places. This requires more supervision from parents to prevent injuries that might occur.

Some of the tips below may be able to assist parents in filling the holidays with the kids happily, avoid unwanted injuries.

Playing in the yard

Infants under 6 months should not be exposed to direct sunlight.

For children, should be given protective sunscreen of at least SPF 15 is applied at least 30 minutes before playing in the yard.

Provide comfortable clothes, with a material that can absorb sweat.
Try to keep the kids do not play at 10 am and 4 pm because the sun at the strong rays.

Playing with dogs

We recommend that if you want a dog, wait until the child is big enough to be able to maintain and take care of him, around 6 years old.

Do not leave a baby or young child with any dog.

Teach your child when facing dog outside the home, do not run, kick or make a frightening behavior. Should remain standing still and retreated slowly away.

Quickly go to the doctor if your child is bitten by a dog, although only cause minor injuries, to avoid tetanus disease.

Playing in the pool

Do not leave children in or near the pool, without supervision, even if only for a moment.

Be careful using the tube to help the children. This buoy is not a guarantee of safety.

Children are a new development ready to be taught to swim when it has aged 4 years or more.

Do not swim when you are suffering from diarrhea, especially for children and babies, as it will transmit the disease through the pool water to others.

Do not drink the pool water, pool water or exposed to avoid mouth.

Go take a shower after every swim.

Traveling in the car

Do not forget to bring snacks, drinks, box P3K and medicines that are important to your child.

When traveling far, stop at several places along the way.

Sitting child in the back seat, not the front. Use seat belts.