Household Safety Checklists

Household Safety Checklists

An accident or injury can occur in any part of your home. Some safety hazards are obvious — such as a toy truck left lying at the top of the stairs. Others are not so easily identified — such as a stairway railing that has become loose.

To get started, click on a checklist below. Use these checklists to make a safety check of your home. You should answer "yes" to all of the questions.

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Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.

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