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Put Safety First at Halloween

Aug 11, 2016 ... of a food allergy, make sure they have it available whenever they are eating. Trick or Treating Give each child a flashlight to carry to make them more visible to motorists and others. Tell your children to stay in well-lit areas and only visit homes that have their outside lights turned on. Make sure they know not to go inside homes or cars. Tell your children

The Whistler Group Inc. Recalls Jump&Go Portable Jumpstart and Power Supply

May 21, 2015 ... (2.5 centimeters) deep. They are red, black, yellow or pink in colour. The affected power supplies come with detachable jumper cables; built-in high output LED flashlight with emergency flashing patterns; and a USB port for charging electronic devices. The Jump&Go; and Whistler logos are printed on the front of the unit. The following model numbers are included

Battat B. FunKeys Toy / Parents Magazine Electronic Keys

... three keys, a mini flashlight, and a belt clip. The toy is intended for children ages 6 months and up. This recall involves only two batches with the codes: 010810 or 063010. These codes are etched on the back of the product. Model Number Colour UPC BX1001Z Red 062243 228818 BX1000Z Green 062243 228801 Hazard identified The metal toy keys and the plastic key

Ambient Weather recalls Weather Radios

... Radio" are printed in white lettering on the front of the radio. The radios have a black crank handle on the back, an antenna on the top, a single LED flashlight on the left side, a clip on the right side and a cable to charge a smart phone. Model number WR-334-U or WR-334A-U is printed in the owner's manual. The AC power adapter is black and has a rounded back

Bedbugs: Avoid bringing back unwanted vacation souvenirs

.... Inspect the room for bedbugs. Use a credit card or something with a hard edge for checking along edges and a flashlight for dark areas including closets, cracks and crevices. Check the luggage stand (including where the straps are attached to the metal bars) before using it, then keep your luggage on the stand instead of unpacking your belongings and placing them

Hand-held Lasers or Laser Pointers May Cause Permanent Vision Damage and Burns

... Issue What you should do Report health or safety concerns Media enquiries Public enquiries What Health Canada is doing Issue Health Canada is advising Canadians about the potential dangers related to battery-operated hand-held lasers or laser pointers. Handheld lasers, which may resemble pens or flashlights, are most commonly used to point at objects in lectures

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