Poison Prevention Resources


Most homes are filled with products, which, if used in the wrong way or in the wrong quantity, can harm us and those we care about. Simple steps, such as reading product and medication labels before use; storing medicines and household products in their original containers, out of reach of children and pets; and learning basic first aid for poisoning can help reduce the risk and effects of an unintentional poisoning.

Kids and Medication Safety
5-Minute Safety Talk (NSC)
Candy or Poison? Poster (NSN)
Fact Sheet (NSC)
Infographic
Medication Safety Checklist
Safe Storage, Safe Dosing, Safe Kids video

Kids and Laundry/Detergent Pods
Keeping Kids Safe Around Liquid Laundry Packets (infographic)
Keeping Kids Safe Around Laundry Detergent Packets (video)
Laundry Safety Tip Card
Loads of Temptation (NSN Poster)

Poison Prevention Fact Sheets
Carbon Monoxide
Carbon Monoxide: the "Invisible" Killer (brochure)
El Monoxido de Carbono: El Asesino "Invisible"
Plants and Poison
Poison Safety for Kids (brochure)
Protect Your Kids

Learn About Chemicals in Your Home — interactive tour

Prescription Drug Employer Kit (NSC)
Executive Action Materials
Educational Materials

Related Sites
Sanford Poison Center
American Association of Poison Control Centers
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency


Contact the South Dakota Safety Council at sdsc@southdakotasafetycouncil.org
or phone 605-361-7785 or 1-800-952-5539.