If you have stairs make sure they're not cluttered with things. Don't leave
any objects lying around or someone could trip, slip, or lose their footing.
Turn on the lights when walking through the house at night or walking up and
down a staircase. Walk, don't run down stairs. You could lose
your footing. Don't lean over when you're on a ladder or a stepladder or you
might fall. Be extra careful if you have to stand on a chair to reach something.
Don't pile other objects on the chair to make it taller and then stand on it. If
you have bunk beds when the children are young, you should put up safety rails to
prevent falling off the side. If you have tile in your bathroom, put rugs or
towels down to prevent slipping after a shower or bath. Keep electric cords away
from doors. If there are any cords around, watch your step. Use safety gates to
block off stairways from children.
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