National Poison Prevention Week List of Materials - 2006

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 BROCHURES, FLYERS, AND PAMPHLETS                                Commission,      Washington,   DC  20207.
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1. Tips on Child Safety                                          Publications@cpsc.gov
   (Contains facts on proper use and life-saving effec-
   tiveness of safety caps, advice on how to instill safe-   5. What You Need to Know About the Safety of Art
   ty consciousness in preschoolers, and general home           & Craft Materials
   safety tips.)                                                (A 12-page booklet that answers commonly-asked
                                                                questions about the safe use of materials.)
    Produced by Closure Manufacturers Association.
    Send stamped, self?addressed, business?size enve-            Single copies free: quantities upon request. The Art
    lope to Safety Tips, CMA, PO Box 1358, Kilmarnock,           and Creative Materials Institute, Inc., PO Box 479,
    VA 22482 cmadc@rivnet.net                                    Hanson, MA 02341; phone: 781-293-4100; FAX:
                                                                 781-294-0808. www.acminet.org
2. Clean and Safe in the 21st Century
   (A guide that includes information on household           6. Lead Screening for Children
   cleaning product labels, safety and storage; hard sur-       (This educational brochure gives parents vital guide-
   face cleaning; poison prevention and more.                   lines on how to identify and eliminate the dangerous
   Appropriate for childcare and healthcare profession-         sources of lead poisoning in the home. Also pro-
   al, educators, and parents.)                                 vides clear information on how to recognize the
                                                                symptoms of lead poisoning in children.)
    Up to 50 copies free. Send order to order@clean-
    ing101.com. The Soap and Detergent Association,              Sold in packs of 50. Price: $20; member price: $18;
    1500 K St NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20005                add $5.95 for US Shipping & Handling. Phone
    www.cleaning101.com                                          orders: 888-227-1770; FAX orders: 847-228-1281;
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3. Over-the-Counter Medicines: What's Right For                  American Academy of Pediatrics, 37925 Eagle Way,
   You?                                                          Chicago, IL 60678-1379
   (Offers consumers tips in both English and Spanish
   on reading the nonprescription, over-the-counter          7. Protect Your Child From Poison
   (OTC) medicine label; avoiding drug interactions;            (A concise yet complete guide to preventing and
   using OTCs when pregnant or nursing; dosing chil-            treating childhood poisoning. Includes symptoms
   dren; child-resistant and tamper-resistant packaging;        and treatment guide for swallowed, skin, eye, and
   and more.)                                                   fume poisons; room-by-room tips for poison-proofing
                                                                the home; important information about syrup of
    Up to 100 copies free from the Consumer Healthcare          ipecac; and poison center contact information.)
    Products Association. Orders can be placed online at
    www.chpa-info.org/pubs.aspx.                                 Sold in packs of 50. Price: $20; member price: $18;
                                                                 add $5.95 for US Shipping & Handling. Phone
4. Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home                    orders: 888-227-1770; FAX orders: 847-228-1281;
   (A booklet about the dangers of lead-based paint,             Internet: www.aap.org/bookstore Mail orders:
   how you can test the paint in your home for lead, and         American Academy of Pediatrics, 37925 Eagle Way,
   ways to reduce your exposure. Prepared by the U.S.            Chicago, IL 60678-1379
   Consumer Product Safety Commission and the
   Environmental Protection Agency.)

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8. Your Child and the Environment                               of all 5 Safety Surveys and all 8 Safety Sheets -
   (Helpful steps to protect your child from potential          Price: $259; member price: $207 (shipping & han-
   environmental danger, includes information on car-           dling over $100 is 10% of order) Phone orders: 888-
   bon monoxide, radon, household products, pesti-              227-1770; FAX orders: 847-228-1281; Internet:
   cides, and art supplies.)                                    www.aap.org/bookstore Mail orders: American
                                                                Academy of Pediatrics, 37925 Eagle Way, Chicago,
    Sold in packs of 50. Price: $20; member price: $18;         IL 60678-1379
    add $5.95 for US Shipping & Handling. Phone
    orders: 888-227-1770; FAX orders: 847-228-1281;         11. Home Safety Checklist
    Internet: www.aap.org/bookstore Mail orders:                (A "full-house" survey for every 6 months, this check-
    American Academy of Pediatrics, 37925 Eagle Way,            list enables parents to identify potential safety risks
    Chicago, IL 60678-1379                                      inside and outdoors.)

9. A Guide to Children's Medications                            Shipped in pads of 100. Price: $19.95; member
   (Helps eliminate confusion about the differences             price: $14.95; add $5.95 for US Shipping & Handling.
   between common prescriptions and over-the-counter            Phone orders: 888-227-1770; FAX orders: 847-228-
   medications. Includes information on taking medica-          1281; Internet: www.aap.org/bookstore Mail orders:
   tions correctly and safely.)                                 American Academy of Pediatrics, 37925 Eagle Way,
                                                                Chicago, IL 60678-1379
    Sold in packs of 50. Price: $20; member price: $18;
    add $5.95 for US Shipping & Handling. Phone             12. Pesticides and Child Safety (EPA #735-F-93-050)
    orders: 888-227-1770; FAX orders: 847-228-1281;             (Contains tips on safeguarding children from acci-
    Internet: www.aap.org/bookstore Mail orders:                dental pesticide poisonings or exposures and impor-
    American Academy of Pediatrics, 37925 Eagle Way,            tant contact phone numbers on who to call if an acci-
    Chicago, IL 60678-1379                                      dent occurs. Also available in Spanish.)

10. TIPP® - The Injury Prevention Program                       Free copies available from the National Service
    TIPP SAFETY SURVEYS: Age-specific surveys;                  Center for Environmental Publications, P.O. Box
    Birth to 12 years (Spanish also available). The 1-          42419, Cincinnati, OH 45242-2419. 800-490-9198.
    minute test that helps protect children. 8 1/2" x 11"       www.epa.gov/ncepihom
    sheets
    TIPP SAFETY SHEETS: Age-specific safety sheets;         13. Read the Label First! Protect Your Kids (EPA
    Birth to 12 years (Spanish also available). TIPP con-       #740-F-00-001)
    tains age-specific and color-coded information              A brochure about protecting children from exposure
    sheets on common injuries in simple, easy-to-under-         to household cleaners and pesticides. Free copies
    stand. 8 1/2" x 11" sheets                                  available from the National Service Center for
                                                                Environmental Publications, P.O. Box 42419,
    TIPP SAFETY SLIPS: Topic-specific safety sheets.
                                                                Cincinnati, OH 45242-2419. 800-490-9198.
    Brief handouts focus on frequent causes of child-
                                                                www.epa.gov/ncepihom
    hood injuries and simple ways to prevent them. 5 1/2"
    x 8 1/2" sheets. Each of the 14 Child Safety Slips      14. Ten Tips to Protect Children from Pesticide and
    provides guidelines for the prevention of injury haz-       Lead Poisoning Around the Home (EPA #735-F-
    ards. Topics include: Infant Furniture: Cribs;              93-001)
    Babysitting Reminders; Safety Tips for Home
    Playground Equipment; Safe Driving: A Parental              Free copies available from the National Service
    Responsibility; Protect Your Child...Prevent                Center for Environmental Publications, P.O. Box
    Poisoning;     Protect    Your    Home       Against        42419, Cincinnati, OH 45242-2419. 800-490-9198.
    Fire...Planning Saves Lives; Water Safety for Your          www.epa.gov/ncepihom
    School-aged Child; Lawn Mower Safety; Home Water
    Hazards for Young Children; Pool Safety for Children;
    Life Jackets and Life Preservers; Firearms Injury
                                                                                   POSTERS
    Prevention; When Your Child Needs Emergency
    Medical Services; and Four Steps to Safety              15. 3-in-1 First Aid, Choking, CPR Chart
    Readiness.                                                  (This quick guide helps you respond rapidly and
                                                                effectively in emergencies. Large wall chart includes
    Components sold in packs of 100. Price: $24.95;             first aid guidance on one side with choking/CPR
    member price: $19.95; add $5.95 for US Shipping &           guidance on the other. Topics include burns, scalds,
    Handling. Order the Economy Pack 100 copies each            fractures, sprains, head injuries, poisons, skin
                                                                wounds, stings and bites, and infant/child CPR.
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     Single copy price: $2.95. Pack of 100 price: $55;
     member price: $49; add $9.95 for US Shipping &                           MISCELLANEOUS
     Handling. Phone orders: 888-227-1770; FAX orders:
     847-228-1281; Internet: www.aap.org/bookstore Mail       20. National Poison Prevention Week Packet
     order: American Academy of Pediatrics, 37925 Eagle           (Folder containing list of available materials, fact
     Way, Chicago, IL 60678-1379.                                 sheet, and other promotional materials for the
                                                                  National Poison Prevention Week Observance.)
16. National Poison Prevention Week-2005
    (An 11" x 17" poster for windows, bulletin boards,            Order from Secretary, Poison Prevention Week
    etc.)                                                         Council, P.O. Box 1543, Washington, DC 20013.
    Quantities can be purchased from Poison Prevention            Kdulic@cpsc.gov
    Week Council, P.O. Box 1543, Washington, D.C.
    20013. 25 copies $20.00; 50 copies $36.00; 100            21. Annual Report for NPPW-2005
    copies $64.00 Post Paid. (Payment MUST accompa-               Single free copies available from the Secretary,
    ny orders.) kdulic@cpsc.gov                                   Poison Prevention Week Council, P.O. Box 1543,
                                                                  Washington, DC 20013. Kdulic@cpsc.gov
17. National Poison Prevention Week-2005 (Spanish)
    (An 11" x 17" poster for windows, bulletin boards,        22. NPPW List of Materials-2006
    etc.)                                                         A limited number of additional copies of this publica-
    Quantities can be purchased from Poison Prevention            tion you are now reading is available, free, from the
    Week Council, P.O. Box 1543, Washington, D.C.                 Secretary, Poison Prevention Week Council, P.O.
    20013. 25 copies $20.00; 50 copies $36.00; 100                Box 1543, Washington, DC 20013. Kdulic@cpsc.gov
    copies $64.00 Post Paid. (Payment MUST accompa-
    ny orders.) kdulic@cpsc.gov                               23. "Locked Up Poisons"
                                                                  (An 8 1/2" x 11" pamphlet with safety recommenda-
  FILMS, SLIDES, TALKS, AND MEDIA AIDS                            tions for poison prevention.)

                                                                  100 copies of this pamphlet are available. You may
18. The Travels of Timothy Trent
                                                                  add your own name and address when you reprint
    Order no.: AVA03690VNB1, $50.00, 10 min., 1976.               this pamphlet. Secretary, Poison Prevention Week
    U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.                      Council, P.O. Box 1543, Washington, DC 20013.
    (Explains that safety packaging is a valuable tool that       www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/pubs/382.html              or
    offers an additional margin of safety from accidental         kdulic@cpsc.gov
    poisoning of children. Demonstrates this point
    through the character of Timothy Trent, a young fel-      24. "Locked Up Poisons" (Spanish)
    low who can't resist putting everything he can reach          (This is the Spanish version of the pamphlet men-
    in his mouth.)                                                tioned above.)
     National Technical Information Service, National             Single copies free. Secretary, Poison Prevention
     Audiovisual Center, 5285 Port Royal Road,                    Week Council, P.O. Box 1543, Washington, DC
     Springfield, VA 22161. Call 800-553-6847.                    20013. Kdulic@cpsc.gov
     www.ntis.gov
                                                              25. Cooperative Extension System Resources
19. Poison Prevention Community Action Kit
                                                                  (Selection of programs/publications varies from state
    (This kit includes fact sheets, outreach materials and        to state.)
    opportunities, PowerPoint presentations, Web pages,
    children's activities, and information on presenting          Educational programs and materials are available
    your activities to the media. The information is avail-       from the Cooperative Extension Service in each
    able both in hard copy and on a CD-ROM designed               state. Information on parent education, child care
    so you can customize the information by placing your          provider training, food safety, farm and pesticide
    own contact information on it.)                               safety, and health/wellness issues can meet your
                                                                  needs for poison prevention education. Information
     Single copies free from the National Safety Council,         in the form of publications, courses/workshops, and
     1025 Connecticut Avenue, NW, #1200, Washington,              speakers/consultation are usually available. County
     DC 20036, goodingg@nsc.org.                                  Cooperative Extension Service offices are listed
                                                                  under county government in the telephone directory.
                                                                  Cooperative Extension resources are made avail-


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    able by a partnership between USDA, State Land-                  new materials for 2005-2006. For copies, please
    Grant Universities, and county government.                       write to Safe Kids Worldwide, 1301 Pennsylvania
    For more information on the Cooperative Extension                Ave., N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, D.C. 20004, or
    System Resources visit the Web site at www.reeus-                call 202-662-0600. Or e-mail at info@safekids.org
    da.gov or www.nnh.org.
                                                                 28. Mr. Yuk Stickers and Related Materials
26. Prescription Medicine Information and Education                  (Each sheet of generic Mr. Yuk stickers contains 10
    Resources                                                        individual stickers and has the words "Poison Help"
    These items from the National Council on Patient                 and 1-800-222-1222. To obtain a FREE sheet of Mr.
    Information and Education (NCPIE) are designed to                Yuk stickers view the Pittsburgh Poison Center web-
    help consumers and their health care providers bet-              site at: www.mryuk1.com. Mr. Yuk stickers may be
    ter communicate about prescription medicines.                    customized in orders of 5,000 sheets or more.)
    q "Talk About Prescriptions" Month Planning Kit for

    Health Care Professional and Communicators. This                 To view and order all poison prevention education
    2-pocket folder provides all the resources you need              materials from the Pittsburgh Poison Center, visit
    to get started. Learn how to work with local media,              the website at www.mryuk1.com
    organize a "Medicine Checkup" event in your area,
    and get other ideas for educating the public. Includes       29. Pet Poison Safety Tips
    fact sheets, the latest statistics detailing "Prescription       (Offers pet owners tips on how to keep their homes
    Medicine Misuse," and a poster. $15.00 each                      poison safe. Also includes ASPCA Animal Poison
    q "The National Medication Checkup Kit for Health                Control Center hotline information.)
    Care Professionals"-Redesigned to support out-
    reach activities. Contains an advertising packet,                Send requests to: ASPCA Animal Poison Control
    posters, an evaluation form, and 25 consumer                     Center, 1717 South Philo Road, Suite 36, Urbana, IL
    brochures explaining the value of having a medica-               61802.         Call     toll-free   888-426-4435.
    tion checkup. Developed by NCPIE in cooperation                  www.aspca.org/apcc
    with Glaxo Wellcome Inc. $20.00 per kit.
    q "Prescription Medicines and You: A Consumer                30. Phone Stickers, Magnets, and Brochures
    Guide" (brochure)-A 16-page, large-type booklet                  Your regional poison control center will send you
    developed jointly by NCPIE and the U.S. Agency for               phone stickers, magnets, and brochures with the poi-
    Health Care Policy and Research. It offers three                 son center emergency phone number. Download
    steps to better medicine use. Each step includes                 materials at www.aapcc.org or www.1-800-222-
    questions to ask health professionals, and tips for              1222.info
    getting help. Includes forms to help keep track of
    medicines, and questions to ask with each new pre-
    scription medicine. Available in six languages:
    English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and
    Cambodian. $25.00 per pack of 100.
    q "Medicine: Before You Take It, Talk About It"

    (brochure)-$20.00 per pack of 100 copies
    q "Get the Answers" Personal Medical Information

    Wallet Card-Available in English or Spanish. $15.00
    per pack of 100 cards
    q "Alcohol and Medicine: Ask Before you Mix"

    (brochure) -- $20.00 per pack of 100 copies
    q   "Buying Prescription Medicines Online: A
    Consumer Safety Guide" (brochure) -- $18.50 per
    pack of 100 copies
    Call NCPIE at (301) 656-8565 or send e-mail to
    ncpie@erols.com for more information. To order
    publications, go to www.talkaboutrx.org for an order
    form. Please visit www.BeMedwise.org for informa-
    tion on safe over-the-counter medicine use.

27. Safe Kids Worldwide Resources
    Safe Kids Worldwide has developed several poison
    prevention resources including a poison injury fact
    sheet, an informational brochure for adults. And has

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                 Note: All prices in this list are subject to change after this document is printed.
 NOTICE: The Poison Prevention Week Council is not responsible for the technical accuracy of materials on this "List of
      Materials." Questions about individual items should be directed to the author or sponsoring organizations.


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Chairman:                                                       Center for Proper Medication Use
Nancy Bock                                                      Closure Manufacturers Association
Vice Chairman:                                                  Consumer Healthcare Products Association
Lorna Totman                                                    Consumer Specialty Products Association
Treasurer:                                                      Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association
S. Rutherfoord Rose                                             CropLife America
Secretary:                                                      Food Marketing Institute
Kim Dulic                                                       Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council
P.O. Box 1543
Washington, D. C. 20013                                         National Association of Broadcasters
(301) 504-7058                                                  National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation
FAX: (301) 504-0862, kdulic@cpsc.gov
                                                                National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
Poison Prevention Week Council Members:                         National Community Pharmacists Association
                                                                National Safety Council
American Academy of Clinical Toxicology
                                                                Pharmaceutical Care Management Association
American Academy of Pediatrics
                                                                Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
American Association of Poison Control Centers
                                                                Safe Kids Worldwide
American College of Emergency Physicians
                                                                Soap and Detergent Association
American Dental Association
                                                                U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
American Nurses' Association
                                                                U.S. Department of Agriculture-Cooperative State
American Petroleum Institute
                                                                Research, Education, and Extension Service
American Pharmacists Association
                                                                U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-
American Public Health Association
                                                                Food and Drug Administration, Center for
American Red Cross
                                                                Drug Evaluation and Research
ASTM Committee on Packaging
                                                                U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists                          Health Resources and Services Administration,
Art & Creative Materials Institute, Inc.                               Maternal and Child Health Bureau
Boy Scouts of America                                           U.S. Environmental Protection Agency




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