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Burns from hot liquid, chemicals or fires are the most common childhood accidents. From hot food left on the stove to scorching bath water, there are many potential hazards in every home. That's why childproofing your home as much as possible is essential. Learn how to reduce the risk of burn injuries by following these tips:

Burn Prevention: Home Safety

Learn ways to keep your family safe from getting burned in different parts of your home.

Home Safety

Scald Burns (burns by hot liquid)

Contact Burns (burns from touching a hot surface)

Burn Prevention: What to Do If There's A Fire

Learn more about how families should practice and prepare for a fire emergency in the home.

Fire Safety

Flame Burns

Electrical Burns

Chemical Burns

Mechanical/Friction Burns