Safe Kids Miami-Dade

Safe Kids del Condado de Miami Dade

La Alianza SAFE KIDS (niños seguros) del Condado Dade está formada por organizaciones públicas, privadas y voluntarias que se unieron y se comprometieron a identificar y reducir de forma significativa las muertes o lesiones causadas por accidentes de los niños de la región sur de Florida.  Respondemos a las necesidades de nuestra comunidad al brindar educación profesional, programas de capacitación práctica e iniciativas legislativas esenciales para promover la seguridad y el bienestar de los niños.
Para obtener más información, llame al 305-663-6800.

Servicios comunitarios

  • Seguridad en bicicletas: se distribuyen cascos de ciclistas al costo a las escuelas locales y los grupos comunitarios.
  • Exhibiciones de ciclismo: actividades interactivas y divertidas que enseñan a los niños habilidades seguras para andar en bicicleta.  Estas exhibiciones se presentan en remolques, por lo que pueden trasladarse a escuelas, tropas de niñas y niños exploradores, iglesias y otros eventos de la comunidad.
  • Dispositivos de contención infantil: se realizan eventos de inspección de dispositivos de contención infantil junto con otros organismos de la comunidad. Los dispositivos de contención infantil están disponibles al costo o a un precio con descuento.
  • Prevención de incendios: se distribuyen detectores de humo al costo.
  • Seguridad en el agua: participe de la Alianza para la Prevención de lesiones en el agua de la región sudeste de Florida.
  • Seguridad con las armas de fuego: participe junto a otros organismos locales en el Proyecto Communities Addressing Responsible Gun Ownership, C.A.R.G.O. (Comunidades que abordan el tema de la posesión responsable de armas de fuego).
  • Ferias de salud: ofrecen voluntarios, materiales escritos, dispositivos de seguridad e información de prevención de lesiones a diferentes organismos y grupos comunitarios.
  • Programa para infractores de las leyes que disponen el uso de dispositivos de contención infantil: escuela de tránsito para personas que son citadas por no usar o usar de forma inadecuada los dispositivos de contención infantil.  Los infractores deben demostrar que cuentan con el dispositivo de contención infantil adecuado al tamaño del niño.  El curso enseña a los infractores acerca del uso adecuado de dispositivos de contención infantil.
  • Programa de seguridad de niños pasajeros con necesidades especiales - El Proyecto de seguridad de niños pasajeros con necesidades especiales de SAFE KIDS promueve la prevención de lesiones y la protección de todos los niños con necesidades especiales y sus familias que andan en vehículos motorizados.

Para obtener más información, llame al 305-663-6800.

Artículos sobre la Prevención de Lesiones Infantiles

Safety Tips for the Upcoming Solar Eclipse

In anticipation of the upcoming solar eclipse, here are safety tips to keep your family and little ones safe during this exciting natural event.

08/11/2017

Firework Safety Tips for the 4th of July Holiday Weekend

All fireworks, including sparklers, can cause severe burns and scars. According to studies conducted by the Pediatric Academic Societies, over 90,000 pediatric fireworks-related injuries were treated in hospitals from 2006 to 2012. These ranged from minor burns to loss of vision to amputation of limbs.

06/30/2017

8 Ways to not forget your child in the car Infographic

Heat Stroke is the leading cause of non-crash, vehicle-related deaths in children in the United States. On average, every 8 days a child dies from heatstroke in a vehicle. The following tips are reminders to prevent parents and caregivers from forgetting a child inside the car.

04/07/2017

Heatstroke Prevention: Put an end to hot car deaths

Every 10 days, across the United States, a child dies while unattended in a hot car. It only takes a few minutes for a car to heat up and become deadly to a child inside. As summer temperatures rise, more kids are at risk.

04/07/2017

Holiday Safety Tips for Kids and Parents

It’s that time of year again when we enjoy festive meals with family and friends, deck our halls with colorful decorations and listen to squeals of delight as our children open their brightly-wrapped presents. To help ensure your kids have fun and stay safe this holiday, here are a few tips to remember.

12/01/2016

Video/Social Media Game Safety

The latest trend amongst children and teens is video and social media games that encourage catching and collecting virtual characters. While these games encourage activity and family togetherness, they also cause safety and security concerns for families.

08/03/2016

Heat Protection Tips

In the past 30 years, excessive heat exposure has caused over 8,000 deaths in the United States.  Most heat-related deaths occur during the summer, people should be aware of who is at greatest risk and what actions can be taken to prevent a heat-related illness or death.

11/07/2013

Bicycle, Scooter and Skateboard Safety Tips

Childhood and Adolescence are wonderful times in the life of a child. Outdoor fun constitutes an integral part of growing up and remaining active in sports. At Nicklaus Children's Hospital, formerly Miami Children's Hospital,
we want to ensure fun times plus physical activity always go together with safety!

11/07/2013

Backyard Pool Safety

Fences, latched gates and locked doors are among the various methods that, combined with supervision, can prevent drownings. Here are some ways you can prevent an accident.

11/03/2013

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween safety is important and involves everyone from trick-or-treaters to grown-ups. 
It can be one of the most fun and festive nights of the year - but only if you celebrate safely! Children, parents, neighbors, and motorists should be aware of the dangers associated with this exciting celebration.

10/30/2013

Preventing Injuries to Children at School

Monitor and maintain school safety equipment and procedures.

11/21/2012

Preventing Injuries to Children who Live in Rural Areas

Allow children to perform age-appropriate farm work only under supervision.

11/21/2012

Preventing Childhood Recreational Injuries

Make sure children are prepared for the demands of their activities.

11/21/2012

Preventing Childhood Poisoning

Store potentially poisonous household products and medications locked out of children's sight and reach.

11/21/2012

Preventing Injuries to Children on Playgrounds

Ensure there is safe surfacing beneath and surrounding all playground equipment in order to minimize the risks of falling.

11/21/2012

Preventing Injuries to Child Pedestrians

Parents are the most important models of proper pedestrian behavior for children.

11/21/2012

Preventing Injuries to Children in Motor Vehicle Crashes

All children ages 12 and under should be properly restrained in a back seat on every ride.
Choose and use correctly the right restraint for your child.

11/21/2012

Preventing Injuries to Children in the Home

Childproof your home. Look at every room as your child would. Ask yourself what looks interesting and what can be reached.

11/21/2012

Preventing Childhood Falls

All windows above the first floor should be equipped with window guards _ preferably guards with emergency release devices in case of fire. Children can fall from windows open as little as four inches.

11/21/2012

Prevención de las quemaduras en la infancia

Debido a que los niños pequeños pueden no percibir el peligro tan fácilmente o pueden no tener la capacidad de escapar de una situación de una quemadura que pueda poner en riesgo la vida, asegúrese de que no estén expuestos a llamas abiertas o a otros riesgos de quemadura.

11/21/2012

Preventing Childhood Airway Obstruction Injuries

Because most infant suffocation occurs in the sleeping environment, infants should sleep only in properly equipped cribs. They should never sleep on couches, chairs, regular beds or other soft surfaces.

11/17/2012

Car Seat Safety

As families hit the road for summer travel or even a trip to the grocery store, adhering to proper safety restraint guidelines should be at the top of everyone’s checklist.

11/07/2011

Drowning Prevention Tips

Most people think they’ll hear sounds of distress when a child is in trouble in the water. But they won’t. A drowning is a silent event. These important drowning prevention tips can save a child's life.

11/07/2007