Parents are being urged to take care with hot drinks as part of a UK-wide campaign to tackle the most common cause of child burns.
The SafeTea campaign is based on evidence collected by researchers from Cardiff University, the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England and tested in collaboration with early years staff and parents of young children.
Research shows that more than 400 children in Wales attend hospital with burns each year, with the majority happening to children under five.
Hot drinks account for 60% of hospital attendances with burns in children under three years.
Joe Nash was scarred for life when he pulled kettle full of boiling water onto himself at eight months old.
Now aged 28 and a dad to a seven-year-old daughter, he is keen to warn others of the dangers.
Here are some tips to prevent burns in the home:
Researchers hope the awareness campaign will succeed in reducing the number of child burns seen by medical staff. To help spread the word, they have created a host of online resources and are asking parents to take the SafeTea pledge.
With the moments following a burn being the most critical time for preventing long-term damage the campaign also wants to raise awareness of what to do if a child does get burnt, with the 3 main principals as follows:
Cool the area under running water for 20 minutes
Call for medical advice, NHS Direct or 999
Cover the area with clingfilm.