According to a survey conducted by the global children’s safety network, the most vulnerable place is at home, accounting for 43.2% of the total number of accidental injuries. So the safest place you think is the most dangerous. So, how to do a good job of doors and windows and power security measures? Parents should be careful not to let these family “killers” ambush their babies!

Home has a baby, how to do a good job of doors and windows and power security measures?

(1) install railings or screens on the windows to ensure the safety of children.

(2) stick stickers on the glass door where the height is the same as that of the child to remind him that there is glass there, which is not empty.

(3) attach a bell to the door that the child will open. You can detect when he pushes the door out.

(4) put a thin sock on the door knob and tie it with a rubber band; adults can hold the door knob tightly through the sock to open the door, but children can’t.

(5) if you don’t want a child to enter the room, you can nail a hook on the top of the door to make him unable to push it open.

(6) the screen door is suitable for children. Add a towel rail in the bathroom to make it easy for him to push the door in and out.

(7) in order to prevent the child from touching the socket on the wall, you can seal the socket with strong adhesive tape; if the child is interested in it and wants to lift the adhesive tape, you need to replace the rubber protective cover and plug the socket.

(8) after the appliance is powered on. Roll up the hanging wire or tie it with a rubber band to prevent the child from chewing in his mouth and causing burns.

(9) install a cover on the wire socket to prevent the child from unplugging the plug at will.

(10) try to fix the wire on the wall so as not to be overturned.

Now we should know about the family killers that affect the baby’s health. To make the family a real “safe harbor” for the baby, Baoma must avoid the harm of these “killers” to the baby. If you have any questions about children’s home-based knowledge such as electric shock prevention, please continue to pay attention to Baibai safety net children’s electric shock prevention common sense column.