Learn how to make your home a risk-free environment for your child
Home accidents caused more than 8,600 deaths of children and adolescents in 2022, according to the Ministry of Health.
A sad and alarming average of 23 deaths per day
You will be surprised by the incredible diversity of invisible risks in your home that can harm children from 0 to 12 years old, even in areas considered safe at home
Check out an ebook that is helping families in more than 18 countries to identify and eliminate accident risk points with our children
A must-read for all mothers and fathers concerned about the safety of their children
A safe environment is essential for the healthy and happy development of a child. Ensuring that the home is free of risks is a responsibility of parents, caregivers, and society as a whole.
Child safety is more than just care; it is a fundamental pillar for the well-being of children, as it provides them with a space where they can explore, learn, and grow with confidence.
Children are curious by nature, and your home can be a place full of hidden dangers.
Risks of Accidents with Children
Accidents involving children are a global concern and also an alarming reality in Brazil. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), unfortunately, unintentional accidents are among the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in children worldwide.
In Brazil, data from the Ministry of Health indicates that, on average, 7 children die every day due to accidents, and more than 35,000 children are hospitalized annually due to unintentional injuries.
Main Risks of Home Accidents with Children:
Falls: Can occur on stairs, windows, beds, furniture, and play areas.....
Burns: Burns caused by water, objects, or household chemicals.....
Poisonings: Children have a natural curiosity and may ingest toxic household products, such as medications and cleaning products.....
Drownings: Pools, bathtubs, and containers with water pose serious drowning risks for children.....
Strangulation and suffocation: Items like curtain cords, plastic bags, and small toys can pose strangulation and suffocation hazards
What you will find in this eBook:
How to identify hazards at home: Discover how to recognize and eliminate common hazards in your home, from dangerous chemicals to sharp objects
Safety During Playtime: Learn how to create a safe play area at home, where your child can explore and have fun with peace of mind.
Why is this eBook an essential resource?
Children are naturally curious and adventurous, making them vulnerable to accidents at home. This guide was created to help parents minimize these risks, offering practical tips to maintain the safety and health of their children. Your most precious possession deserves the best care and protection.
Who is this eBook for?
Mothers and fathers of children from 0 to 12 years old
If you are someone concerned about the safety of the children in your family, this eBook is your essential guide to creating a safe and healthy environment at home
Investment in the safety of your child
Your most valuable investment is the safety and health of your child.
You can acquire it for only R$27.90. Don't miss the opportunity to access crucial information that will make a difference in your family's life
It's cheaper than any medicine or bandage needed in case of an accident
About the author and the motivation to create the ebook
I, Flávio de Carvalho, have a degree in occupational safety and am a civil firefighter with over 10 years of experience in the field, taking care of the health and safety of people in companies, businesses, condominiums, buildings, and other environments.
With the birth of my nephew, an experience that deeply marked my life, I realized the importance of ensuring a safe environment for children.
To help my sister protect José Otávio, I created a comprehensive list of potential home accident risks and tips we should follow to avoid them.
Recognizing the effectiveness of these actions we took, I decided to share this knowledge with as many people as possible who care about the safety and well-being of children in their home environment, helping to protect our most precious asset in every family: our children.".............