Tabela bezpieczeństwa

Bezpieczeństwo a zęby
Urazom jamy ustnej można często zapobiec - zwłaszcza wówczas, gdy wiadomo, na co zwracać uwagę. Może w tym pomóc poniższa tabela. Wpisz w niej miejsca, które według Twojej wiedzy mogą okazać się niebezpieczne.

Przyczyna
Działanie prewencyjne
Potencjalne miejsca niebezpieczne w moim otoczeniu
Popychanie
  • Zachęcaj dzieci, aby wykazywały się wzajemną troską o siebie i, jeżeli jest to stosowne, delikatnie przypominaj im, aby czekały na swoją kolejkę
 
Upadki na schodach
  • Nie pozwalaj, aby dzieci czuły się popędzane
  • Przypominaj dzieciom o trzymaniu się poręczy
 
Upadki z roweru i urządzeń na placu zabaw
  • Zapoznaj się z zasadami bezpieczeństwa
  • Naucz dzieci bezpiecznego korzystania
  • Upewnij się, że urządzenia są dostosowane do wieku dziecka i w dobrym stanie technicznym
 
Bieganie z przedmiotami w ustach
  • Wspólnie przygotujcie listę jedynych rzeczy, które można brać do buzi, oraz ilustracje do niej
  • Powieście ją na wysokości wzroku dziecka
 
Upadki / potknięcia
  • Przypominaj dzieciom, aby chodziły a nie biegały
  • Usuwaj z podłogi zabawki, materiały i rozlane płyny
 
Wypadki samochodowe (nagłe hamowanie)
  • Zawsze zapinaj pasy bezpieczeństwa
  • Wręcz dzieciom rekwizyty w celu odegrania scenki
 
Gryzienie twardych przedmiotów
  • Wspólnie przygotujcie listę wszystkich rzeczy, których nie wolno gryźć
  • Zachęcaj dzieci, aby wymyślały nowe przedmioty, które można dodać do listy
 
 

Czy wiesz, że?

  • Przednie górne zęby są najbardziej narażone podczas wypadków
  • Urazy zębów i dziąseł tylnej części jamy ustnej są zazwyczaj spowodowane obgryzaniem ołówków, gryzieniem lodu lub rozgryzaniem orzechów

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Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 

Celem artykułu jest promowanie wiedzy na temat ogólnych zagadnień dotyczących zdrowia jamy ustnej. Jego intencją nie jest zastąpienie profesjonalnej porady lekarskiej, diagnozy lub leczenia. Wszelkie pytania dotyczące stanu zdrowia lub leczenia zawsze konsultuj z dentystą lub innym lekarzem.

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