Poisoning

Poisoning

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<span>China</span>
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What I liked most about the course is that it covered a range of subjects under Respect that usually don’t come to mind. I found it very simple to understand and apply with my child.

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futurefighter21 China
<span>China</span>
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Nice lessons. I like how topics covered child safety. Not thought of poison like to this much detail. 

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Chen_el China

How To Prevent Poisoning

Media type – Self Timed Power Point
Audience – Parents, Teachers, Care takers of the child or Guardian
Window for viewing – 10 days from purchase
 

Overview

This is not a subject many parents consider as important especially if they live in urban areas. The assumption made is that poisonous anything will come via an animal that is dangerous or food poisoning. Fact is we live with a variety of poisons all around us even in a regular household. Just that we don’t see them that way. Many things we use and keep or what loiters in our space can be dangerous for children although adults may be resistant.

The module will be be an eye opener for many parents and care givers for children. The aggregate information parked in this module will help you prevent accidental poisoning, recognise potential poisoning sources and learn how to manage them. When you want to take chances – well informed is well equipped.

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ISBN – To be shared soon
Length – 45 Minutes

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Poisoning