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Set your water heater at a temperature of 120 degrees or below.
Test bath water before placing a child in a tub.
Keep small appliances unplugged and away from water.
Turn pot handles in when cooking
Keep children out of cooking areas.
Wear snug-fitting sleeves and clothing.
Do not store frequently-used items above or near the stove.
Use care with microwaves, as they heat unevenly.
Follow the manufacturer's directions for candles or potpourri pots.
Store cleaning fluids and other chemicals according to package directions.
Power equipment and space heaters should be turned off and allowed to cool before refueling.
Avoid hot beverages or foods when near children.
Cover unused electrical outlets with childproof safety plugs.
Keep electrical cords out of reach.
Use a cool mist (rather than steam) vaporizer.
Store all toxic substances in a locked cabinet.
Keep matches and lighters out of reach of children.
Do not allow fireworks of any kind in your home.
Never leave children unattended near fireplaces, wood stoves, space heaters, or grills.
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