Hey parents! It's up to you to make sure your kids can say "yes" to each and every one of the following points...and remember it's never too early to start reinforcing some of these important safety tips.
Emergency Response Checklist
- We have emergency numbers posted near every telephone in our home.
- We have memorized our home address and telephone number and they are also posted on every telephone in our home.
- We know the telephone number of an adult to call in case of an emergency.
- We learned how and when to dial 9-1-1 or our local emergency numbers.
- We know to stay calm, speak clearly and stay on the telephone until the other person hangs up if we have to call for help in an emergency.
- We have taken a certified First Aid or CPR course.
- We have a complete first aid kit in our home.
- Our family's special medical needs and health insurance information are handy.
- In case of an emergency, we have two escape routes from our home and an outside meeting place.
- Our house number is clearly visible from the street.
The Authorization to Treat Minors
should be left with your child's caregiver. This form allows physicians and dentists to treat your child immediately should an emergency occur. The form is valid throughout Oklahoma.
Emergency Phone Numbers
Every household should have this information posted prominently in the home. Children, babysitters and anyone else in the home should be made aware of this information.
Emergency? Dial 9-1-1
Home Phone Number
Mom at Work
Dad at Work
Poison Control Center
Nearest Relative or Friend
Learn More About Safe Kids Tulsa Area
To learn more about Safe Kids or available safety resources, please call 918-494-SAFE (7233).
Safe Kids Tulsa Area is the eastern Oklahoma affiliate of Safe Kids Worldwide
-a global organization dedicated to preventing injuries in children. The Tulsa coalition is led by The Children's Hospital at Saint Francis.