assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera.
mudah-mudahan di laman yang tak seindahnya ini dapat memberi munafaat miski secebis cuma. inshaallah.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011


Assalamualaikum dan salam sejahtera para sahabat, rakan dan taulan.

Di bawah beberapa langkah keselamatan yang perlu diambil perhatian oleh setiap ahli keluarga dewasa,demi kesejahteraan seisi keluarga sewaktu di rumah.

Sebelum menyerah akan diri kita kepada Allah Azawajjala, perlulah ada usaha dari diri sendiri.

Setelah setiap perkara itu kita lakukan yang terbaik, lantas, wajiblah kita menyerah kepada Yang Maha Pencipta sepenuh hati.

Tip-tip di bawah saya ambil dari email yang dikirimkan oleh sahabat dalam sebuah mailing list.

1. Test each smoke alarm in your home
2. Replace the batteries in each smoke alarm
3. Count how many smoke alarms you have in your house. If you do not have one on every level and near sleeping areas, purchase additional smoke alarms
4. Designate an outside meeting place for your family (for example: the mailbox) in case of a fire or emergency
5. Blow out candles before leaving the room or going to sleep
6. Use a sturdy candle holder or hurricane lamp
7. Turn down your hot water heater to 120 degrees or less to prevent burns
8. Roll up your sleeves before you start cooking
9. Have oven mitts nearby when cooking
10. Turn pot handles toward the back of the stove
11. Store all matches and lighters out of reach of children
12. Put hot food and drinks near the center of the table only
13. Put down your hot drink when carrying your baby
14. Test hot water with an elbow before allowing a child to touch
15. Post your fire escape plan on your refrigerator
16. Put water on cigarette butts before throwing them away
17. Unplug small appliances such as hair dryers and toasters after using them
18. Use flameless candles
19. Move anything that can burn, such as dish towels, at least three feet away from the stove
20. Practice “Stop, Drop and Roll” with your kids
21. Schedule an appointment to have your furnace cleaned and inspected
22. Look for the UL Mark when you buy appliances
23. Tell kids to stay away from the stove/oven
24. Turn space heaters off before going to bed
25. Remove any gasoline from your home
26. Put non-slip strips in your tub and shower
27. Install night lights in the hallway
28. Put a flashlight in each bedroom
29. Wipe up spills as soon as they happen to prevent slips and falls
30. Flip over large buckets so water cannot accumulate and become a drowning danger
31. Store cleaners and other poisons away from food
32. Post the Poison Control hotline number (1-800-222-1222) next to your phone
33. If you have young children, use cabinet locks on cabinets that have poisons such as antifreeze, cleaners, detergents, etc.
34. Keep medicine in its original containers
35. Purchase a carbon monoxide detector for your home
36. Test your carbon monoxide (CO) alarm
37. Put your infant to sleep on his/her back
38. Remove any soft bedding, stuffed animals and pillows from your infant’s crib
39. Cut your toddler’s food into small bites
40. Use safety straps on high chairs and changing tables
41. Move cribs away from windows
42. Use safety covers on unused electrical outlets
43. Test small toys for choking hazards – if it fits in a toilet paper roll, it’s too small
44. Remove all plastic bags from the nursery
45. Pick up any small items, such as coins or buttons, that can be choking hazards for infants and toddlers
46. Write down emergency contact information for your family and make sure everyone has these numbers
47. If young children live in or visit your home, move furniture away from windows so they don’t climb up to look out and accidentally fall
48. Tie window cords out of a child’s reach
49. Check your child’s bath water temperature (use your wrist or elbow) to make sure it is not too hot
50. Remove drawstrings from your baby’s clothing
51. Keep the toilet lid shut to prevent little fingers from getting slammed by a falling lid
52. If you have toddlers, install a toilet seat lock
53. If you have young children, install door knob covers on bathroom doors
54. Use a fireplace screen
55. Put toys away after playing
56. Don’t refer to medicine or vitamins as “candy”
57. Put on safety glasses before any DIY project
58. Put tools away after your DIY project is complete
59. Post emergency numbers near your phone
60. Pick up one new thing for your family’s emergency preparedness kit
61. Use a ladder, not a chair, when climbing to reach something
62. Use plastic instead of glass near the pool
63. Cover any spa or hot tub when it is not in use
64. Purchase a first aid kit
65. Drain the bath tub immediately after bathing
66. Remove clutter from the stairs
67. Use the handrail when you are walking up or down the stairs
68. If the power goes out, use flashlights instead of candles
69. Ask smokers to smoke outside
70. Wear proper shoes when climbing a ladder
71. Check your home for too many plugs in one socket and fix the problem
72. Install baby gates at the top and bottom of stairs if you have young children
73. Never leave food cooking unattended
74. Make sure pools or spas are properly fenced to keep out small children
75. Teach kids to tell you when they see matches or lighters
76. Turn out the lights when you leave the room
77. Unplug appliances that aren’t in use (especially in the kitchen)
78. Take your hair dryer off of the bathroom counter and store it safely
79. Check your electronics for the UL Mark
80. Identify two exits from every room with your kids in case of fire
81. Check your holiday decorations – keep breakable decorations out of reach of young children
82. Replace an old light bulb with a new energy-efficient option
83. Check the walls for loose paint chips and re-paint with low-VOC or VOC-free paint
84. Check all the outlets in your home for overloaded sockets or extension cords
85. Remove any extension cords that are pulled under rugs or tacked up
86. Place fire extinguishers in key areas of your home
87. Place an escape ladder in an upstairs room that might not have an easy exit
88. Remove any painted furniture that is pre-1978 to avoid possible lead exposure
89. Lock medications safely in a cabinet
90. Consider low-flow toilets
91. Check that all major appliances are grounded and test your GFCIs
92. Clean the lint trap and hose on your dryer
93. Check your swing set for sharp edges or dangerous S-hooks
94. Take a tour of your home from your child’s perspective looking for hazards
95. Hold a family fire drill

Semoga kita beroleh sedikit munafaat. Mencegah lebih baik dari mengubati.

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