Identifying Hazard Zones
Before diving into the baby-proofing house checklist, it is good to identify the possible hazard zones around the home. By doing this, you can save time and effort. Also take into consideration the other rooms where your child might wander off, just in case they’re able to open doors you’ve purposely locked.
Places Around The House Where Child Safety Is Needed:
- Kitchen and dining area
- Living room
- Window areas
- Near stairs
Identifying the possible accidents that may occur in each area lets you anticipate how to prevent them from happening in the first place.
It also helps if you have a first aid kit at home to respond to medical emergencies and lessen additional risks.