Actress Debra Messing on Protecting Kids

9.2 million unwanted injuries happen to kids each year, so commit a minute to keeping your children safe this holiday season.  Prevent unwanted injuries with simple tasks such as making sure  batteries are stored in the smoke detector, night lights are in the hallway, and toys are stored away safely.

Actress Debra Messing (“Will & Grace”) has partnered with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for their “Commit a Minute to Safety” campaign to increase safety awareness for families during the holiday season and year round. The actress shared, “It’s really amazing how just a few simple actions can make a big difference in helping to protect your home and family, especially at such a magical time of year when you want the holidays to be joyful.” 

Watch Debra Messing’s public service announcement about keeping kids safe and visit SafetyatHome.com to learn the 100 things that can make your home safer.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuUKthFAgqA

Check out other resources from Parents.com to keep a healthy and safe household:

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