Through protective and supervision measures, toddlers and infants can be protected from unintentional injuries since they are unaware of the dangers, whereby parents are the primary addressees of prevention. Also, a checklist technique could be useful for delivering and effective injury prevention information to a large group of people. According to Sampei and colleagues, the checklist method has been employed in numerous aviation operations and medical safety settings.
Another way of preventing unintentional injuries is by expanding our joint efforts to avoid injuries, which is particularly critical for fostering health equity. The impact of injuries on mortality and morbidity is not evenly distributed. This imbalance can be seen in various ways, including by age, gender, ethnicity, area, and a variety of injury types.