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When planning a winter holiday or ski vacation, there are some special safety concerns that you need to be aware of, especially when children are involved. 

We hope that these suggestions will help make every winter holiday a 

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The tips contained in this section are tips only and you should check with your health care provider, doctor, and/or pharmacist before any vacation for more tips and health care advice.  

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WINTER SAFETY SUGGESTIONS

 

Here are some tips to keep in mind while your family is enjoying the great outdoors during the winter season.

  • Check the weather report and heed precautions and advisories.  If weather warnings suggest a severe wind chill or extremely low temperatures, consider avoiding outdoor activities until the weather improves.

  • Drive Carefully - be prepared - see Winter Driving Tips.

  • Be aware of avalanche warnings also.

  • Be aware of symptoms and treatment for hypothermia, snow blindness and frostbite.

  • See specific sections of this page for safety tips on winter activities.

  • Practice Sun Safety.

  • Remember First Aid Tips including a first aid supplies.

  • Dress in layers.  It is very important to keep warm and dry while enjoying outdoor activities in the winter. See Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for tips on keeping warm and dry while enjoying winter activities.

  • When not wearing a helmet, wear a hat, and a neck guard.  Keep ears covered too.   Noses can be covered with neck guard.click here to view travel news about the danger of drawstrings on children's outerwear

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  • Make sure that clothes is comfortable.  Tight clothing restrict circulation and can increase changes of frostbite.

  • Wear brightly coloured clothing - easier to be seen.

  • Take extra care when dusk or evening approaches as a result of reduced visibility.

  • Goggles that provide Sun Safety can also protect eyes from cold, wind and snow.

  • Remove all drawstrings from children's snow suits and avoid use of scarves to reduce the risk of strangulation.

  • Don't overdo activities.  

  • Try to maintain healthy eating and sleeping habits.

  • Avoid alcohol, tobacco, drugs and consider reducing caffeine consumption.

  • Take some time to relax and give children some "down time" as well.

  • Have children (and adults) where helmets designed for the activity if it involves a risk of head injury or required by law - see helmets

  • Teach children never to touch metal during cold temperatures.

  • Children should be taught never to throw snow at other people.  Snowballs can contain ice chunks or stones that can cause harm including damage to eyes.

  • Never bury anyone in snow as there is a risk of suffocation and teach children never to make tunnels in the snow.

  • Don't let children eat snow.  Even white snow can contain pollutants from the air, including trace minerals like mercury.  Snow can also contain windblown soils that can include animal fecal matter.

  • Teach children to never venture onto ice, ponds or lakes without an adult first checking the ice.

  • Children should never play on snow piles near parking lots or on the road side.  Make sure children never go near snow plows or areas being plowed.

  • See other Travel Safety Tips for additional safety suggestions when travelling.

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Avoid the risks of hypothermia by following the Winter Safety Suggestions.

Hypothermia results from exposure to low temperatures, wind and moisture over a period of time.  It can occur on the ski hill, in a car, falling in water that is cold or anywhere else where these factors exist that cause the body temperature to falls below normal.  As a parent you need to be aware of the causes and symptoms of hypothermia in children as well as other adults and know what to do when you suspect hypothermia.   For older children and teenagers, it is also important educate them.   When conditions exist to pose a risk of hypothermia be observant and seek medical attention immediately if you suspect or observe any symptoms which can include:

  • Complaints about being cold and irritability.

  • Uncontrollable shivering

  • Impaired or slurred speech or vision

  • Clumsy movements

  • Blurred vision.

  • Severe symptoms can include stiff muscles, dark and puffy skin, irregular heart and breathing rates and unconsciousness.

If you notice any of the above symptoms, you should get the person to a warm, dry place as soon as possible, remove any wet clothing and seek medical attention IMMEDIATELY.  NEVER RUB THE SKIN.  Bundling in a blanket will help keep heat in.  An always soothing parent/child cuddle will help warm up the child and also bring comfort to both.    

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Avoid the risks of frostbite by following the Winter Safety Suggestions.

Frostbite results from exposure to low temperatures, wind and moisture over a period of time.  It can occur anywhere outside during cold temperatures.  As a parent you need to be aware of the causes and symptoms of frostbite in children as well as other adults and know what to do when you suspect frostbite.   For older children and teenagers, it is also important educate them.   SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY if you suspect Frostbite.

There are two degrees of frostbite:

  • Superficial frostbite that looks like grey or yellowish patches on the skin, especially, fingers, toes, face, ears but can occur on any exposed skin.  The first symptoms are usually numbness or itching and prickly pain.  The skin remains soft but becomes red and flaky after it thaws.

  • Deep or Severe Frostbite looks like waxy and pale skin and feels cold, hard and solid to the touch.  The areas turn blue or purple when thawing and large blisters may appear when the area warms up.

What to do if you suspect frostbite:

  • As soon as you suspect frostbite, get out of the cold and to a warm place.

  • Seek medical attention immediately.

  • Warm affected area with warm body part.

  • Remove any tight clothing to increase circulation.

  • If affected area is partially thawed, place in warm (not hot) water (102 to 106 degrees Fahrenheit). If the water is too cool, thawing will take too long.  It takes about 20 to 40 minutes for tissues to soften.

  • Have the victim drink warm fluids to help increase circulation and warm the body - no caffeine or alcohol.

  • NEVER rub or massage the affected area and never put snow or ice on the frostbite.  The area can be protected with a fluffy clean bandage and aloe vera cream can be applied.

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This is something that a lot of parents are not aware of.  Altitude Illness occurs when the body does not adjust well to having less oxygen to breathe at higher altitudes.  Anyone can be affected by it, not just children.  To reduce the risk of this affliction, consider ascending to high altitudes in gradual steps to allow the body to adjust.  If any member of the family has a predisposed illness, check with your doctor before you go on holiday.  Medicines are available to help prevent this illness and you should consult your doctor.

Common symptoms of Altitude Illness are headaches, dizziness, nausea, vomiting and fatigue.  

Other symptoms can include poor appetite, vomiting, and trouble sleeping as well as pale, cool skin.

Watch for changes in behaviour in children.  Children can exhibit symptoms more quickly and become much sicker than adults.

An unusual and uncommon form of Altitude Illness causes fluid to collect in the lungs.  If a family member exhibits a cough that becomes wetter, breathing becomes difficult and faster as well as a faster heart beat, IMMEDIATELY SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION.

If you suspect Altitude Illness, SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.   You may need to descend to a lower altitude to relieve symptoms or mild symptoms may be relieved by rest and eating lightly.  

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Helmets should be worn when participating in any sport or activity that involves the risk of a head injury and is mandatory in some sports, such as snowmobiling.  See Travel News - Helmets for Skiers, Snowboarders and The National Ski Areas Association Launches 'Lids On Kids' Website To Promote Ski Helmets and Slope Safety Education. Consider the following when deciding whether your child should be wearing a helmet for any activity:

  • Many ski hills will not allow anyone to enter a terrain park without a helmet, adults included.  

  • We are all aware of the need to wear a helmet when riding a bike and some winter activities present just as much, if not more, of a risk of head injury.  

  • Children are at the greatest risk of a severe head injury from skiing or snowboarding.  

  • Children today are more accustomed to wearing helmets for many activities, like biking, in-line skating, hockey.  

  • Studies have shown that helmets can prevent or reduce the severity of head injuries during skiing and snowboarding, as well as other winter activities.

  • Wearing a helmet can save your life.

HELMET SAFETY TIPS:

  • Wear helmets that are specifically designed for the activity you are participating in.

  • Helmets should be comfortable and well fitting, with straps snug to prevent movement of the helmet. When purchasing helmets, have them fitted.  

  • Helmets that have been involved in an accident or fall, are cracked or old should be replaced.  

  • Recalls for helmets can also be checked at  www.cpsc.gov to ensure that no recall notices for the helmets to be used has been issued.

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The following information has been provided by the National Ski Areas Association as a code of conduct for skiers and snowboarders for the enjoyment and safety of all people on the Hills. KNOW THE CODE AND PRACTICE IT.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITY CODE

1.    Ski under control and in such a manner that you can stop or avoid other skiers or objects. Excessive speed is dangerous!

2.    People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.

3.   You must not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.

4.    When entering or merging onto a trail or starting downhill, yield to others.

5.    All skiers shall use devices to prevent runaway skis.

6.    Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.

7.     Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.

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HERE ARE SOME SAFETY TIPS FOR SKIING:

  • Always Practice Winter Safety.  See List for other safety tips for skiers.

  • KNOW THE CODE - Click to view and practice it.

  • Ensure that children wear a helmet - Parents should too.  See Helmet Safety

  • Also see Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for skiing tips.

  • Consider taking lessons or having children participate in lessons to learn the proper way to ski and use the lifts.  See Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for tips on Ski Schools and Teaching Little Ones how to ski.

  • Maintain control.

  • Keep a trail map with you and know where you are.

  • Warm up slowly and prepare yourself for skiing, both mentally and physically.  Begin each run slowly until you are familiar with it.

  • If a ski slope is beyond your ability or conditions become unsafe, take off your skis and side step down the hill.

  • Stop skiing before you become too tired.

  • Be aware of the snow conditions and avalanche warnings.

  • Make sure the equipment is well maintained and appropriate for the age and ability of the user.

  • Never Ski alone.

  • If you are involved in or witness a collision or accident you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to the Ski Patrol.

  • When using Ski lifts, learn how to get on and off safely.  Never push to get on.  Consider asking the attendant to reduce the speed of the lift if getting on and off with little children.  Always lower the bar on chair lifts.

  • Avoid scarves, loose clothing and tie up long hair that can get caught in ski lifts.

  • See Travel News - Being Ready to Ski is no Accident.

  • HAVE FUN!!!

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HERE ARE SOME SAFETY TIPS FOR SNOWBOARDING:

  • Always Practice Winter Safety.  See List for other safety tips for snowboarders.

  • Also see Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for snowboarding tips.

  • KNOW THE CODE - Click to view and practice it.

  • Ensure that children wear a helmet - Parents should too.  See Helmet Safety

  • Wrist guards can help prevent serious wrist injuries from falls.

  • Consider taking lessons or having children participate in lessons to learn the proper way to snowboard and use the lifts.  See Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for tips on Ski Schools and Teaching Little Ones how to ski.

  • Maintain control.

  • Keep a trail map with you and know where you are.

  • Warm up slowly and prepare yourself for snowboarding, both mentally and physically.  Begin each run slowly until you are familiar with it.

  • If a slope is beyond your ability or conditions become unsafe, take off your snowboard and side step down the hill.

  • Stop snowboarding before you become too tired.

  • Be aware of the snow conditions and avalanche warnings.

  • Make sure the equipment is well maintained and appropriate for the age and ability of the user.

  • Never Snowboard alone.

  • If you are involved in or witness a collision or accident you must remain at the scene and identify yourself to the Ski Patrol.

  • When using Ski lifts, learn how to get on and off safely.  Never push to get on.  Consider asking the attendant to reduce the speed of the lift if getting on and off with little children.  Always lower the bar on chair lifts.

  • Avoid scarves, loose clothing and tie up long hair that can get caught in ski lifts.

  • See Travel News - Being Ready to Ski is no Accident.

  • HAVE FUN!!!

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HERE ARE SOME SAFETY TIPS FOR SNOWMOBILING:

  • Always Practice Winter Safety.  See List for other safety tips for snowmobilers.

  • Carry a first aid kit - see First Aid Tips and an emergency survival kit.

  • Also see Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for snowmobiling tips.

  • Ensure that children wear a helmet - Parents should too.  Most places have laws with respect to helmets on snowmobiles.  See Helmet Safety

  • Maintain control and never go too fast.

  • Leave an itinerary with someone so they know where you are going and when you are expected back.

  • Keep a trail map with you and know where you are. Stay on marked trails.

  • Be aware of the snow conditions and avalanche warnings.

  • Make sure the equipment is well maintained and appropriate for the age and ability of the user.

  • Courses are available to learn safe operating procedures for snowmobiles.

  • The American Academy of Pediatrics ("AAP") recommends that children under 16 years of age should not operate a snowmobiles as adolescents and children may not have the strength and skill to operate them safely.  Children should always be supervised by an Adult when using snowmobiles.

  • The AAP also recommends that children under 6 are not strong enough to be transported safely on snowmobiles.  NEVER CARRY MORE THAN ONE PASSENGER.

  • Snowmobilers can suffer hearing loss from excess engine noise.  Limit children's exposure to this noise.

  • Ensure children do not touch hot surfaces on machines and keep away from gasoline and other chemicals.

  • Never take children on lakes and rivers.  Watch for hazards such as tree stumps, fences, and crossing other trails.  Proceed at a safe speed and use caution on unfamiliar trails.

  • Consider pagers and a cell phone (keep them inside your jacket so the battery is kept warm).

  • Snowmobiles should not be used to tow a tie, tub, sled or saucer.  Only specifically designed tow carts should be used.

  • Never Snowmobile alone.

  • Consider carrying a cell phone in case of emergency.  Keep it inside your coat so it remains warm and the battery doesn't drain from the cold.

  • Avoid scarves, loose clothing and tie up long hair that can get caught on trees or in equipment. 

  • Ensure Children are well away when loading and unloading machines.

  • HAVE FUN!!! See SNOWMOBILING FAMILY FUN for some tips.

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  • Always Practice Winter Safety.  See List for other safety tips.  

  • Also see Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for tobogganing tips.

  • KNOW THE CODE - Click to view and practice it.

  • Ensure that children wear a helmet - Parents should too.  See Helmet Safety

  • Check the hill before you go down to ensure it is safe and free from trees, rocks, fences or other obstacles.

  • Never Toboggan on or onto a roadway or parking lot.

  • Check that the toboggan or sled is in good condition and there are no sharp edges or broken parts.

  • Don't Toboggan at night or dusk as visibility is reduced.

  • Maintain control and look for a clear path before you go.

  • If a slope is beyond your ability or conditions become unsafe don't go down the hill. 

  • Never toboggan near or onto a lake, river or other ice.

  • Toboggan on snow - avoid icy hills that can cause excessive speed.

  • Teach children to sit forward, not backwards, head first or lying down, to get out of the way at the bottom of the hill and to roll off the toboggan if heading for danger.

  • Avoid scarves, loose clothing and tie up long hair that can get caught. 

  • Teach children to slide down the middle of the hill and climb up the sides.

  • Obey age limits for snow racers.

  • Children under 5 should not go down the hill alone - get a toboggan that is large enough for an adult to go down with the child.

  • HAVE FUN!!!

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  • Always Practice Winter Safety.  See List for other safety tips.  

  • Also see Winter Holidays - Ski Vacations for skating tips.

  • Ensure that children wear a safety approved helmet - Parents should too.  Hockey Helmets with face cages are best as they will protect the face in the case of a forward fall also.  See Helmet Safety.

  • Make sure an adult checks the ice before children venture onto any lakes, ponds or rivers.  Ice should be smooth and at least 10 cm thick.  NEVER SKATE NEAR OPEN WATER.

  • Never Skate Alone - make sure children tell parents where they are going.

  • Skate in the same direction as the crowd and avoid darting or racing.

  • If playing hockey, ensure everyone has gloves on so hands won't get cut with skates.  Hockey helmets should be safety approved with face masks worn by all children.

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Hot Tubs and Spas can be a great way to relax and warm up after a day outside.  It also provides an opportunity to mingle with other people.  We offer some safety suggestions to keep in mind so that your family's enjoyment of a hot tub is done safely:

 

  • Keep safety in mind at all times.  Also see Pool and Beach Safety Tips for additional tips.

  • NEVER LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN UNSUPERVISED-Children can drown in a few inches of water in a few minutes - teach children to stay out of the hot tub until an adult is supervising them. Watch that children do not touch any pool chemicals.

  • Warn your children to stay Travel News - Pool safety and the dangers of Pool Filters away from drains, filters and drain covers in pools and hot tubs.  Long hair should be tied up.  Drains can be very dangerous  – see Travel News - click the symbol: 

  • NEVER PUSH ANYONE UNDER THE WATER.
  • Check the hot tub area for safety including any chemicals that may be around pool area.
  • Children should never go on top of a hot tub cover.
  • There should be no jumping, underwater swimming or diving in the hot tub.
  • Pregnant women  and others with medical conditions should consult their doctors before entering a hot tub or spa.
  • Don't go into the Tub if you have open wounds or sores.  They can get infected by the bacteria in the water or cause others to get infections.
  • Everyone should hot tub with a buddy just in case there is a problem.
  • Be careful getting in and out of the hot tub as surfaces surrounding it can become slippery.  Hold young children's hands when entering and exiting the tub.
  • Soaking in a hot tub at high temperatures over a long period of time can raise the body temperature to possible dangerous levels.  10 to 15 minutes of soaking time should not be exceeded.  A temperature of 100 to 102 degrees Fahrenheit should be comfortable.  As children are more sensitive to heat, they should not enter the hot tub unless the temperature is reduced to not more than 95 degrees Fahrenheit and stay in the tub not more than 10 minutes.  Check with your doctor if you have any concerns.  INFANTS SHOULD NOT BE IN A HOT TUB.
  • Children enter a hot tub slowly to be accustomed to the temperature.
  • Avoid alcohol and drugs while using a hot tub, but do drink plenty of cool fluids to avoid dehydration while enjoying the tub and help reduce body temperature.
  • Make sure everyone but especially children do not touch any electrical appliances or plugs.  Don't let children play with tub or jet settings.
  • Enjoy the Hot Tub.

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All tips are offered as suggestions only.  While we have tried to provide you with a list of suggestions to help parents when travelling with children to keep them safe, unfortunately, we can’t think of everything and it is the responsibility of parents to ensure their children’s safety.

 

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