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West Midlands Fire Service 18 Oct 17
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Bham Children's Hosp 24 Oct 17
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Amanda Redman 17 Oct 18
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Herts Fire Control 21 Oct 15
Would your child know what to do if their clothing caught fire? Stop, Drop, Roll
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BBC Breakfast Oct 16
Every parent should know these 3 simple ways to immediately treat a serious burn👇
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Catrin Pugh 18 Oct 17
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HWFire 17 Oct 18
Run cold water first in the bath or sink before adding hot water – test the temperature. Don’t put a baby or child into a bath or sink until the water has been tested
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Bucks and MK Fire 19 Oct 16
Advice and safety tips to help you avoid a burn or scald & learn some first-aid basics
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Bucks and MK Fire 18 Oct 17
Please be alert to potential scald, burn and fire risks to children, say firefighters
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FastR Solutions Ltd Oct 16
On think about where you are leaving hot drinks. As the weather turns colder, we drink more hot drinks and the number of children admitted to hospital for burns, increases. Toddlers can climb, often higher than we think!
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Bucks and MK Fire 19 Oct 16
A burn or scald is for life. Here's one of the things you can do to reduce the risk
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Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service 17 Oct 18
The top causes of burns in adults are: ☕ kettle spill 🍵 hot fluids 🍳 fat ☠ chemicals BUT would you know what to do if you needed to give emergency first aid for a burn injury? this For first aid advice, visit 👉
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HWFire 17 Oct 18
Burn first aid: Cool, call and cover! Cool the burn with running cold tap water for 20 minutes. Call for help – 999, 111 or local GP for advice. Cover with cling film or a sterile, non-fluffy dressing. Make sure the patient is kept warm.
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HWFire 19 Oct 16
: Cool with water, Call 999 or 111, Cover with cling film or sterile dressing.
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Bucks Healthcare Oct 16
Fadi Issa, Consultant Plastic Surgeon from our Regional Burns Unit at Stoke Mandeville, shares his top tips for immediate care if your child suffers a burn or scald ⬇️
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County Durham & Darlington Fire & Rescue Service 18 Oct 17
This Halloween we're asking you all to swap your candles for battery lights. 🎃 🔥🚒
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Corinne Shaw Oct 16
9yrs ago this Friday, i burnt myself at work with boiling water. These photos remind me of why i will NEVER defrost a freezer with boiling water again. If a child/baby spills hot water over themselves, the results are likely to be much worse than mine!
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Start4Life ISP Oct 16
It's . Did you know 30 babies and toddlers go to the hospital with a hot drink burn every day? It's important to always keep hot drinks away from young children. Get more tips via
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Public Health Agency Oct 16
As draws to a close remember to keep hot drinks away from young children, don’t pass a hot drink over a child and never hold a baby and a hot drink at the same time. Take the pledge and keep our children safe. Info .SafeTea.org.uk
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Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service 19 Oct 16
Did you know hot drinks are the most common cause of scald injury in children?
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