A couple of things to put your mind at ease as you start to come back into the classroom setting:
FIRST AID COURSES:
It's easy to get caught up in the holiday celebrations. The season is a busy but joyous time full of activity and events. Most don't realize, but holiday decorations and new toys also come with risks that can put a pause on the festivities. Be aware of the safety hazards that come along with items brought into the home and learn how to stay safe this holiday with these tips!
Unwrapping toys and gifts on Christmas morning may be great fun for all the kids. But be sure to buy sturdy, well-made toys that are age-appropriate for your child so as to avoid potential hazards. Toys for older kids often come with small parts that can become a choking hazard for younger children.
The holidays are often such a fun time, it's easy to get swept up in the hustle and bustle of it all. Make your holiday a safe one by following the tips above. To be prepared for any situation, sign up for a first aid training course with the L.I.T. First Aid and Lifeguard Training to ensure you can prevent any hazards in your home.