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Safety Quiz

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About 2-1/2 million children are injured or killed by hazards in the home each year. The good news is that many of these incidents can be prevented by using simple child safety devices on the market today. 


Family First is looking for the "2004 Babyproofing Super Dad." Are you a self-proclaimed champion of family safety? Take our safety quiz; get the highest score; compete with your friends; earn bragging rights; and receive great prizes too! 

Instructions: 1.) Take this short quiz 2.) compete with your friends by emailing an invitation to take the quiz 3.) the highest scoring safety buffs will be automatically entered into the finals to earn the top title and grand prize. 

Good luck and may the best man or woman win! 


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Child safety gates are recommended at the,
a. Top of the stair:     
b. Bottom of the stair:
c. Both:                    
d. None of the above: 

The most common hazards around your house are,
a. electrical hazards: 
b. choking hazards:  
c. drowning hazards: 

Young children are 14 times more likely to drown, than die from a car accident.
a. True     
b. False  

Railing banister hazards include:
a. railings that have spaces greater than 4 inches apart:                     
b. railings that have planters or furniture nearby to facilitate climbing:   
c. railings with decorative or horizontal rails that facilitate climbing:      
d. All of the above:                                                                           

Which of the following is less effective in protecting your children from electric shock.
a. Having an electrician install GFCI outlets in your home:  
b. Installing slide covers or box covers on outlets you use:  
c. Installing safety plugs in outlets you use:                        

What is the best way to protect your child from the sun's UV radiation?
a. Avoid the strongest ray's of the day:            
b. Cover-up with clothes and or sunscreen:      
c. Purchase protective eyewear for kids:          
d. Be aware of medication                              
 (especially antibiotic's and acne medication) 
that can increase sensitivity to radiation:           
e. All of the above:                                         

Standard safety in the home should include a Fire Extinguisher, 
a. With a good housekeeping seal of approval: 
b. Which contains no CFC's:                          
c. With a UL rating of ABC:                            

After a child is two years old, which of the following is the least effective way to protect children from access to medicine and household chemicals?
a. Child safety latches:                                             
b. Tot Lock magnetic key latches:                             
c. Locking them or moving them up high in a closet:    


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