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On average, one child dies every two weeks when a TV or furniture falls onto him or her.

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42 percent of tip-over fatalities occur in a bedroom.

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81 percent of tip-over fatalities occur in the home.

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An estimated 38,000 consumers are injured each year due to tip-over incidents.

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Remove tempting objects

Remove items, such as toys and remote controls, from the top of dressers, TVs and other large furniture.

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Anchor top heavy furniture

Anchor top-heavy furniture to the wall with inexpensive anti-tip devices such as brackets, braces and wall straps.

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Secure your TV

Televisions that are not wall mounted, should be anchored to the wall or stand using an anti-tip device.

The threat is serious, but the solution is simple. Find out how to take the knowledge you’ve gained to empower your community and keep kids safe.
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