Safety in the Home
Child Safety
Get on Board with Child Safety
Get on Board with Child Safety is a national child injury prevention initiative spearheaded by Safety 1st and
The National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions. Includes "Essential Home & Travel Childproofing Guide" in and eighteen page PDF format.
Home Safe Home 
Help make your home a safe home with this emergency contact list and chart showing common home areas where baby can get into trouble.
Is Your Home a Healthy Home for Children?
Great site from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Promotes safety in all the living areas of the home. Includes links to Environmental Protection Agency and Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The Home Safety Handbook  
Written by medical experts who specialize in pediatric trauma, provides parents with the latest safety guidelines designed to help keep an infant, toddler and preschooler safe from common accidents and hidden hazards.
Household Safety Checklist
An accident or injury can occur in any part of your home. Some safety hazards are obvious - such as a toy truck left lying at the top of the stairs. Others are not so easily identified - such as a stairway railing that has become loose. Use these checklists to make a safety check of your home.
Keeping Your Baby Safe
BabyCenter.com, the leading destination on the Internet for new and expectant parents, together with its companion site ParentCenter.com, a Web resource for parents of children ages 2 to 8, is dedicated to helping you find the information and support you need during pregnancy and in caring for a baby, toddler, or child.
Keeping Your Home Safe for Your Baby
This Web site is operated by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), a national medical organizations representing more than 93,700 family physicians.
Outdoor Home Playground Safety Handbook 
If you have playground equipment in your backyard, you’ll want to make it a fun – and safe – place for kids to play.
Virtual Home Safety Tour
Click a room to see where Safety 1st products can protect a child from possible injury. Shows where to purchase the products.
Elderly
10 Quick Fixes for Elder Home Safety
Falls are the leading cause of injury and accidental death in adults over the age of 65, according to the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Making a Home Safe for Your Parents
Follow these safety tips to make simple changes to your home. Not only will your home be safer for your parents, but they'll feel more comfortable, too.
Fire Safety
Developing a Fire Escape Plan
Fire is a leading cause of preventable deaths in the home. Many families are unprepared to handle this emergency and have not developed a fire escape plan.
National Fire Protection Association
Established in 1896, NFPA serves as the world's leading advocate of fire prevention and is an authoritative source on public safety. NFPA's 300 codes and standards influence every building, process, service, design, and installation in the United States.
Sparky the Fire Dog
Games, activities, stories, and safety tips for kids and families.
Fire Safety Around Your House
Once your home is on fire, you have less than four minutes before toxic smoke robs you of consciousness.
Do you have a plan to escape?
Garage Safety
Garage  and Tool Safety: Take Control of Your Garage
Starting with the car and ending with gardening tools, there is virtually nothing safe about the garage. Most of us are relatively unconcerned about this adjunct to our homes despite being one of its most dangerous areas. However, if you wonder what you might do to make it safer, the following suggestions may help.
A Clean Garage is a Safe Garage
Americans suffer nearly 21 million preventable household injuries each year, and many of them occur in the garage. That's because most of the 65 million U.S. garages are cluttered, disorganized and potentially unsafe!
Non Reversing Garage Door
Homeowners with automatic garage door openers that do not automatically reverse should repair or replace them with new openers which do reverse to prevent young children from being trapped and killed under closing garage doors.
General Home Safety
Home Safety Council: Safety Guide
The Home Safety Council is the only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to helping prevent more than 20 million medical visits each year from unintentional injuries in the home. This site is loaded with articles that cover just about every home related safety issue.
Be Safe at Home
Fire safety, health hazards, child safety and general home safety tips from State Farm Insurance. These are the people who pay the bill when accidents occur.
Kitchen Safety: Tips for the most dangerous room in the house
Kitchen Safety: Tips for the most dangerous room in the house. Your kitchen is the heart of the your home, but it may also the most likely area for fire, electrical, or other hazards. If you've spent any time in the kitchen, you've probably burned, cut, or poisoned yourself. Because the potential for accidents abounds, the following tips may help.