These are General Child Safety Resources.
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Internet Safety || Latchkey Children
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Legal and Ethical Implications in the Evaluation & Management of Sports–Related Concussion
"Conclusions: Physicians caring for concussed athletes have an ethical obligation to ensure that their primary responsibility is to safeguard the current and future physical and mental health of their patients. Physicians have a duty to provide athletes and their parents with information about concussion risk factors, symptoms, and the risks for postconcussion neurologic impairments. Physicians should facilitate informed and shared decision-making among athletes, parents, and medical teams while protecting athletes from potential harm."
Neurology Journal DOI 10.1212
published online July 9, 2014
An excerpt from Child Safe: A Practical Guide for Preventing Childhood Injuries by Dr. Mark A. Brandenberg.
National Agricultural Safety Database — Child Safety
Children in farming and agriculture: safety tips, labor laws, what to do in case of injury.
Study: BB Guns Injure Thousands Each Year
The Associated Press, November 1, 2004
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Child Find Canada — Safety Tips
212 – 2211 McPhillips Street
Daniel Morcombe Foundation
PO Box 565
Palmwoods Qld 4555
University of Oklahoma Police
O.U. Department of Public Safety
2720 S. Monitor Avenue
Norman, OK 73019-5021
Phone: (405) 325-2864
Child safety information, including internet safety, park safety, home safety, bus stop safety, bullies, fire and other emergencies, getting lost.
National Program for Playground Safety
School for Health, Physical Education and Leisure Services
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614-0618
Phone: (319) 273-2416
School and neighborhood playground safety; education, statistics, resources.
North American Guidelines For Children's Agricultural Tasks
National Children's Center for Rural & Agricultural Health & Safety
1000 North Oak Avenue
Marshfield, WI 54449
Child Safety information and resources, and laws, for U.S. and Canadian rural areas regarding children working on farms and ranches.
330 N. Wabash Avenue, Suite 2100
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: (312) 670-6782
PTA Policy Statement on Health & Safety for Children & Teena
Young Workers Awareness Program of Ontario, Canada
Health and safety issues for young employees. General info, Ontario-specific info, regarding workplace health and safety for youth.
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