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Household/Child Safety Awareness Training


Although safety has emerged today as an integral component of international business models with organizations and governments now taking the issue of safety and health of personnel very serious, and also the effect of the business on the environment, this cannot be said about our homes where we have failed to achieve the same level of awareness. It is about time to think safety not just at work, but at home and places in between.


Statistics have shown that;

    • Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death in kids 14 years and under, with over 33% of these injuries happening at home.
    • Household injuries are one of the main reasons children under 3 years old visit the Emergency Room in the hospital.
    • Nearly 70% of the children who die from unintentional injuries at home are 4 years old and under.
    • Children have the highest risk of being injured at home because that is where they spend most of their time.
    • Airway obstruction injury is the leading cause of unintentional injury-related death among infants under age 1.
    • Drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury-related death among children between ages 1 to 14. The majority of drowning and near-drowning occur in residential swimming pools and in open water sites.  However, children can drown in as little as 1 inch of water.
    • Fatalities get people’s attention, but the numbers of deaths are dwarfed by the number of serious injuries, many of which lead to lasting debilitation. So while children die every year from their injuries, the numbers of kids who drag their parents through a nightmare because of permanent disabilities are greater by a multiple of 5 to 20.

 

Researchers have estimated that between 75 to 90 percent of these tragedies could be avoided through better safety awareness and prevention.

At Zada MultiTech, we are committed to this purpose with our Safety Awareness Training (SAT) covering Household/Child and Fire Safety. Attending this training entitles you to free instructional manual on childproofing, fire blanket and home safety audit.

 

There is no better time than now to seriously consider how safe our homes are, thereby drastically reducing the rate of “child accident” therein.

  • Household injuries are one of the main reasons children under 3 years old visit the Emergency Room in the hospital.
  • Nearly 70% of the children who die from unintentional injuries at home are 4 years old and under.
  • Children have the highest risk of being injured at home because that is where they spend most of their time.
  • Airway obstruction injury is the leading cause of unintentional injury-related death among infants under age 1.