National organizations that provide information on keeping kids safe in the home and in their communities.
13 Apps to Keep Your Family Safe, Secure and Smart
National Fatherhood Initiative (2013)
Provides information on apps parents can use to help keep children and families safe. These applications on a mobile phone allow parents to keep tabs on children or elderly relatives without having to install a pricey security system.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Presents information on child safety related to cars and traffic and on specific topics such as car seats, heatstroke, power windows, seat belts, and more.
National Safety Council
Gives information on teen driving, child passenger safety, water safety, childproofing, lead poisoning, and other topics of concern to parents.
Children's Safety Network
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Service Administration
Offers State-specific reports on injury prevention, and publications and resources on several injury topics.
First Aid & Safety
Offers parents a list of tips and tools to protect their children inside the house and out; what to do in an emergency; how to stock a first-aid kit; where to call for help; and more.
Get On Board With Child SafetyTM
University of Wisconsin-Madison, American Family Children's Hospital
Educates parents, caregivers, and consumers about changes they can make to prevent unintentional child injuries in and around the home and on the road.
Important Safety Rules To Teach Children
Features a quick guide for families around safety at home, in school, and outdoor.
Injuries Among Children and Teens
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Reviews child safety topics such as burn prevention, drowning prevention, road traffic safety, poisoning prevention, playground safety, and others.
Children's Hospital Association
Provides a gathering place for the community of injury prevention experts to learn about effective programs, interventions, and strategies.
Safe Kids Worldwide
Safe Kids Worldwide
Includes safety facts, checklists, and information on how individuals and communities can avoid accidental injury.
Safety and Prevention
Discusses how to keep children safe at home, while at play, on the go, and all around. The website includes links to information on safety topics and resources.