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Babies don't need baby walkers

[Pamphlet, 2005]

This A5 pamphlet has messages on both sides.

Injuries from baby walkers can be permanent. Babies in baby walkers have fallen, been burned and have poisoned themselves.

The best place for babies to learn to crawl and walk is on the floor.

Baby walkers are not baby minders and supervising them doesn't mean you can stop an injury. It's better not to have one at all.

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He Haumaru ake te tatari kia tae tōu roa ki te 148cm

[Height chart, 2014]

This height chart is 150 cm high and folds to an A4 size.

The message "Its Safer to Wait till your 148" has been translated into Maori "He Haumaru ake te tatari kia tae tou roa ki te".

It features the cartoon 'Safe T Sam" and the height of 148 cm which is the height that children should graduate to using an adult seat belt.

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He Haumaru ake te tatari kia tae tōu roa kite

[Pamphlet, Māori version, 2014]

Safety Sam Pamphlet DLE (size 100mm x 210mm) In Te Reo Maori featuring the cartoon 'Safe T Sam".

As from November 1st 2013 it's the law that children under 7 years must use a child restraint while travelling in a vehicle.  However, until children are 148 cm tall, an adult safety belt may not protect them properly.

The leaflet shows how to take the 5-step test to see if a child needs to be in a child restraint or booster seat.

 

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Home safety toolkit

[Flipchart, 2016]

The flipchart is designed to be kept and re-used by health professionals who undertake home visits with families and young children.

The flipchart covers several home safety related topics, presented by injury risk area and by ages and stages.

 

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It’s safer to wait till you’re 148cm

[Pamphlet, 2013]

DLE leaflet featuring the cartoon 'Safe T Sam".

As from November 1st 2013 it's the law that children under 7 years must use a child restraint while travelling in a vehicle. However, until children are 148 cm tall, an adult safety belt may not protect them properly.

The leaflet shows how to take the 5-step test to see if a child needs to be in a child restraint or booster seat.

 

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It’s safer to wait till you’re 148

[Height Chart, 2013]

This height chart is 150 cm high and folds to an A4 size.

It features the cartoon 'Safe T Sam" and the height of 148 cm which is the height that children should graduate to using an adult seat belt without a booster. It features the message: "Measure your kids against Safe T Sam's height chart.If they're under 148 cm, they need to be in a booster seat to get the full safety benefits of an adult seat belt."

It also features '4 stages for kids' (which describes in simple diagrammatic form the: 'infant' (rear facing), 'toddler' (capsule), 'booster' and 'safety belt' stages.

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Make your home a safety zone

[Fridge Magnet]

 

English and Māori cut out, dimensions 10cm x 10cm x 10cm.

 

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Make your home a safety zone - CHINESE

[CHINESE Poster, 2016] or [CHINESE Checklist Pad - 100 page]

An A3 poster / A4 size pad of 100 sheets of checklists with tips to help caregivers make their home safe for children.

The sections include:

  • living areas

  • bedroom

  • kitchen and laundry

  • bathroom and

  • outdoors

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Make your home a safety zone - ENGLISH

[ENGLISH Poster, 2016] or [ENGLISH Checklist Pad - 100 pages]

An A3 poster / A4 size pad of 100 sheets of checklists with tips to help caregivers make their home safe for children.

The sections include:

  • living areas

  • bedroom

  • kitchen and laundry

  • bathroom and

  • outdoors

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Me whakarite tō kāinga hei wāhi haumaru - MĀORI

[MĀORI Poster, 2016] or [MĀORI Checklist Pad - 100 page]

An A3 poster / A4 size pad of 100 sheets of checklists with tips to help caregivers make their home safe for children.

The sections include:

  • living areas

  • bedroom

  • kitchen and laundry

  • bathroom and

  • outdoors

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Make your home a safety zone - SAMOAN

[SAMOAN Poster,2016] or [SAMOAN Checklist Pad - 100 pages]


An A3 poster / A4 size pad of 100 sheets of checklists with tips to help caregivers make their home safe for children.

The sections include: bathroom, bedroom, living areas, kitchen and laundry and outdoors.

This checklist is available in 5 languages (English, Māori, Samoan, Tongan and Chinese).

 

 

 

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Make your home a safety zone - TONGAN

 [TONGAN Poster, 2016] or [TONGAN Checklist Pad - 100 page



An A3 poster / A4 size pad of 100 sheets of checklists with tips to help caregivers make their home safe for children.


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Safe As Houses Recommendations

Safe As Houses: Recommendations for child safe rental properties in New Zealand The publication gives rental property owners and managers an overview of child unintentional injuries in New Zealand and how to prevent them. Between 2007-2011 an average of 45 children aged 0 to 9 years died each year from unintentional injuries sustained in a home environment.

Children aged 0 to 4 years accounted for 42 of these deaths per year and over a five year period to 2013, a total of 11,700 children aged between 0 to 9 years were admitted to hospital due to suffering an unintentional injury within a home.

In ‘Safe As Houses’ we offer owners and managers a set of recommendations that, taken together and over time, should reduce what is an unacceptably high burden of child injury in New Zealand.

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Know where the kids are : there's no going back

[120mm sticker] - (OUT OF STOCK)


This diamond shaped sticker is 120 by 120 millimetres and features the driveway warning message 'Know where the kids are: There's no going back'. It also features the 'driveway run over awareness sign' which shows the reversing back of a car about to hit a toddler.