Your child's safety
Allergies: controlling your environment
Allergies can be triggered by allergens including pollens, mould and dust. Learn how to keep your environment allergen-free and minimise allergic reac...
Baby walkers and exercise jumpers
Baby walkers and exercise jumpers can delay walking development and can be dangerous – the Australian Government and other health and safety professio...
Medicine and poisons safety in the home
Learn more about the importance of child-resistant packaging, how to reduce the risk of poisoning and what to do if your child swallows a poison.
Children's nightclothes and safety
Children's nightclothes are now required to have a fire hazard label to help you make safer choices for your children when buying pajamas (pjs).
Toys play an important role in your child's development. Find out more about the safety concerns for infant's toys including size, weight and material...
Here is a safety checklist of what features to look for when purchasing a baby's cot, practical advice on where to put the cot and specifications for ...
Dealing with bullying
Learn how to recognise the signs of bullying and how you can help your child.
Hot water safety
Here is practical and trusted advice to prevent your children getting hot water scalds caused by bathwater, hot drinks, boiling water, cooking and hot...
Keeping your kids safe
Get some tips on how to teach your child to recognise suspicious behaviour and what to do about it.
Protecting your child from lead poisoning
Most houses built before 1970 contain lead-based paint. Learn about the symptoms of lead poisoning and how to prevent it.
Pets in the family
Practical and trusted advice about how to prepare a pet for a new baby, how to teach your child to look after a pet, and pet safety, illnesses and all...
Guide to prams and strollers
Practical, trusted advice on buying a pram or stroller, including safety information, tips on use, and the different types of product.