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S A F E. FAMILY . Toy Safety. Keeping your home hazard-free. Toy Safety. S A F E. The Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Safe Shopping Tips: Ride-on Toys – Riding toys, skateboards and in-line skates go fast and falls can be serious. Helmets and safety gear should be sized to fit.

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Toy Safety

Keeping your home hazard-free


Toy Safety

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Safe Shopping Tips:

  • Ride-on Toys – Riding toys, skateboards and in-line skates go fast and falls can be serious. Helmets and safety gear should be sized to fit.

  • Small Parts – For children younger than age three, avoid toys with small parts, which can cause choking.

  • Magnets – For children under age six, avoid building sets with small magnets. If a child swallows a magnet or pieces with magnets, he or she can be seriously injured.

  • Projectile Toys – Projectile toys such as air rockets, darts and sling shots are for older children. Improper use of these toys can result in serious eye injuries.

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For more safety resources, visitsafetycenter.navy.mil


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CPSC Safe Shopping Tips, cont.:

  • Chargers and Adapters – Charging batteries should be supervised by adults. Chargers and adapters can get hot enough to burn.

  • While you shop and decide what to buy:

  • Be a label reader. Look for toy labels that give age and safety recommendations and use that information as a guide.

  • Select toys to suit the age, abilities, skills and interest level of the intended child. Look for sturdy construction. Check to make sure that a child can’t pry off small parts.

  • For all children under 8, avoid toys that have sharp edges and points.

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For more safety resources, visitsafetycenter.navy.mil


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  • After the gifts are open:

  • Immediately discard plastic wrappings on toys before they become dangerous play things.

  • Keep toys appropriate for older children away from younger siblings or neighbors.

  • Pay attention to instructions and warnings on battery chargers. Some chargers lack any device to prevent overcharging.

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For more safety resources, visitsafetycenter.navy.mil


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