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  1. Kigajora says:
    Blocked airway: 17 percent of deaths. This hazard, which includes choking, suffocation, and strangulation, is the number one cause of accidental death among babies under age 1. More than half of infant suffocation happens in the crib or bed, and the majority .
  2. Dora says:
    Don't skip our checklist of 10 safety hazards that could be deadly. Learn to recognize the first signs of labor approaching, which signal that your little one might make an appearance soon.
  3. Megor says:
    Aug 18,  · One of the biggest health hazards kids today face is their cell phones. And yes, we're talking about their physical health: In a study published in the Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, researchers found that "children absorb more microwave radiation (MWR) than adults because their brain tissues are more absorbent, their skulls are thinner, and their relative size is smaller."Author: Morgan Greenwald.
  4. Vudosar says:
    Hazard Awareness The Little Things Count. Most of us have probably heard the old saying, “It’s the little things that count.” There are many small things that influence our lives, and ignoring them can sometimes have serious consequences — particularly when it comes to safety.
  5. Dagul says:
    Natural Hazards can also be divided into rapid onset hazards, such as Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes, Flash floods, Landslides, Severe Thunderstorms, Lightening, and wildfires, which develop with little warning and strike rapidly. Slow onset hazards, like drought, insect infestations, and disease epidemics take years to develop.
  6. Temi says:
    Follow these steps to keep your little ones safe. Minimize The Risk. Always supervise babies and young children when bathing. If the phone rings at bath time, then leave it. It is not as important as your child’s safety. Ring them back when bath time is over! Keep toilet lids closed. If you have a swimming pool or pond then it should be in a fenced area.
  7. Yoshicage says:
    In most cases a hazard may affect a range of targets, and have little or no effect on others. Identification of hazards assumes that the potential targets are defined. Based on energy source [ edit ].
  8. Tesho says:
    Safety and Health Topics | Long Work Hours, Extended or Irregular Shifts, and Worker Fatigue - Hazards. Several factors including too little, poor quality or interrupted sleep over a period of time can cause fatigue. Fatigue is the body's signal that a rest period is needed. Long work hours and extended and irregular shifts may be stressful.
  9. Kazilar says:
    Be aware of flood hazards no matter where you live, but especially if you live in a low-lying area, near water or downstream from a dam. Even very small streams, gullies, creeks, culverts, dry streambeds, or low-lying ground that appear harmless in dry weather can flood.

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