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ESA provides safety tips to parents to protect children from household hazards

ESA provides safety tips to parents to protect children from household hazards
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Published on 24 Feb, 2014

Electronic Security Association ensures working smoke alarms on each floor and outside of every sleeping area

Each year, more than 3.4 million children experience an unintentional injury in their homes. To help keep little ones safe, the Electronic Security Association (ESA) recommends these safety tips.

Keep dangerous items out of reach

The National Capital Poison Center reported that 52 percent of all poisoning victims in 2012 were under the age of 12. To ensure children don’t become a part of the statistic, it’s important to take extra precautions to keep them away from dangerous household items.

Designate a cabinet or two that are only accessible by adults for potentially hazardous items. Common household products that could be fatal if ingested include cleaning supplies; medicine; alcohol; dishwasher and laundry detergent; and personal hygiene items such as perfume, mouthwash, nail polish and nail polish r…………… continues on SourceSecurity.com

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 24/2 – VietNamNet Bridge
News from BUSINESS IN BRIEF 24/2 – VietNamNet Bridge:

E&Y upbeats about VN’s economic prospect

There is an optimistic prospect for the Vietnamese economy in the coming time. With growth held down to about 5% in 2012 and 2013, policy makers will target faster expansion from 2014.

According to the Rapid-Growth Markets Forecast of the Ernst & Young (E&Y), Viet Nam ranked 4th among 25 countries which have fastest growth rates and are vulnerable to seven risks namely current account, external debt, government debt, inflation, growth in credit to GDP, import cover, and currency change over year.  

Viet Nam’s GDP would touch 5.4% in 2014, the forecast said.

The growth rate is set to pick up to the 7% target by 2016 thanks to the Government’s effort to reduce the fiscal deficit and use lower inflation to bring down borrowing costs.  

The multinational professional services firm reported that CPI inflation would stand at 6.5%; current account balance (% of GDP) 1.6%; exchange per US$ (year average) 21,508 in 2014 and 22,000 in 2015.  

E&Y said that a strong rebound in FDI commitments will underpin the financing of the external deficit that is expected to reappear from 2015.

This will calm concerns about the stability of the Vietnamese Dong (VND) that have resulted from low reserves.

FDI will promote a shift away from textiles and…………… continues on BUSINESS IN BRIEF 24/2 – VietNamNet Bridge

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