Children's Burn Foundation

Children’s Burn Foundation

5000 Van Nuys Boulevard, Suite 210

Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Email: info@childburn.org

Phone:       818-907-2822

Fax:            818-501-4005

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Resources for Download
CBF Fire and Burn Prevention
Activity Book
Leaving Home Safely
Burn Prevention Guide (ABA)

Scald Injury Prevention Guide English/Spanish (ABA)

Safety in the Home(ABA)
Burn Safety in Older Adults(ABA)
Download Scald
Prevention (NFPA)
Smoke Alarms(NFPA)
Fire Alarm Apartment Safety(NFPA)
Public Safety Tips(NFPA)
Take Safety With You(NFPA)
            It Can Happen in a

Flash with a Splash!

Liquid and Steam Burn Like Fire*

The Epidemic of Liquid and Steam Burns

Children and Older Adults Most At-Risk

Each year, over 486,000 burn injuries occur in the United States

that are serious enough to require medical treatment.

An estimated 376,950 scald burn injuries were seen in hospital emergency rooms

in the U.S. between 2013 and 2017.

Join us in the fight to prevent severe burn and scald injuries!

 Tips to Stay Safe

  • Set your water heater at 120 degrees F/48 degrees C or just below the medium setting.

  • Use a thermometer to test the water coming out of your bath water tap.

  • Run your hand through bath water to test for hot spots.

  • Use back burners and turn pot handles toward the back of the stove so children cannot pull them down.

  • Use oven mitts when cooking or handling hot food and drinks.

  • Stir and test food cooked in the microwave before serving. Open heated containers away from you from back to front.

  • Keep children away from the stove when cooking by using a safety gate for younger children and marking with tape a 3-foot “no-kid zone” for older children.

  • Keep hot drinks away from the edge of tables and counters and avoid using tablecloths and placemats.

  • Use a “travel mug” with a tight-fitting lid for all hot drinks.

  • * Courtesy of the American Burn Association

  • Watch the video at: https://youtu.be/DRsN3Cd2ohU