Page Content Before school Safety in the home and outdoorsHow to make sure your home and backyard are safe for children.Leaving babies and children unattendedYou should never leave a baby or child unattended. Information on fatal distraction and short term memory.Car safetyRestraints and seats, never leave babies and children unattended in cars.CPR for babiesWhat to do if your baby is unconscious - call 000.Never shake a babyNever shake a baby; shaking a baby can cause death or permanent disability.Baby safety in the home and outdoorsIt's common for babies and children to be injured at home, so it's important for your home to be a safe space for your baby to roam around.Sun safetyIt’s important to protect babies and children protected from the strong Australian sun.Water safety for babies and young childrenHow to keep babies safe around waterInsect bitesWhat to do if your child gets an insect bite.Preventing dog bitesHow to have your child and your dog interacting safely.Preventing poisoningHow to keep baby safe from being poisoned - call Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26.Preventing fallsCheck your home and baby equipment for hazards that could cause your baby or young child to fall.Preventing chokingTip for preventing your baby or child from choking.Preventing burns and scaldsTips to prevent your child accidentally getting a burn.Child protectionWhat to do if you think a child is being abused, mandatory reporting. You can find more safety information at Better Health Channel: Babies and toddlers 0-3 and children 4-12. School age Insect bitesWhat to do if your child gets an insect bite.Preventing dog bitesHow to have your child and your dog interacting safely.Child protectionWhat to do if you think a child is being abused, mandatory reporting. You can find more safety information at Better Health Channel: Children 4-12 and young people (13-19).