___ Remove household products, such as cleaning products, dishwashing compounds and drain cleaners, from under the sink.
___ No medicines on counters or in open areas.
___ All household products and medications out of reach and out of sight.
___ Child safety latches on all drawers or cabinets containing harmful products or sharp objects.
___ No toxic products stored with food or in food containers.
___ All medications, cosmetics, hair care products, toothpaste, mouthwash and cleaners out of reach.
___ Medicine storage area cleaned out regularly. Call 1-800-222-1222 for recommendations on how to dispose of medicine properly.
___ All medications in original, child-resistant containers.
___ No medicines in or on dresser or bedside table.
___ All cologne, aftershave, cosmetics, and powders out of reach.
___ All bleaches, soaps, detergents, fabric softeners, bluing agents and sprays out of reach.
___ All products in their original container.
___ Insect sprays and lawn care products in locked area.
___ Gasoline and car care products in secured area or locked trunk.
___ Paint, paint cleaners and other home care products in locked area.
___ All products in their original containers.
___ Storage area for medication and other products is a locked cabinet located up high.
___ Plants identified and out of reach.
___ Alcoholic beverages out of reach.
___ Ashtrays empty and out of reach.
___ Paint in good condition - no chipping or peeling.
___ No mouse baits in areas where children play.
___ Have the Poison Help phone number available for use 1-800-222-1222
___ Do older children know how to use the 911 system?
___ If an accident happens, can adults in the family be easily reached?