Babies and toddlers are extremely curious to explore the environment that they are surrounded with because as they grow up, they start studying the world by touching, smelling, tasting and holding different items. In order to make that experience as safe as possible, parents have to keep an eye on what kind of household facilities or items a toddler has an access to.
Curtains: considering the practice, curtains seem the most attractive to the babies as they constantly try to reach them and find out what's behind. First thing you can do is to fold up a curtain beyond the height of a toddle so that he/she can't reach it. If this doesn't work, try to remove all heavy or sharp items a curtain possibly can have in case it falls.
Crib: Make sure that a crib has a firm mattress. Throughout first 4-6 months, don't leave fluffy stuff and staffed animals in a crib as they might prevent a baby from breathing and also they can be used as steps to climb out of a crib. Always purchase a crib having narrow slats in order not to leave enough space for your toddler's head to get stuck between them.
Floor: Equip the room with a soft carpets and pads to prevent injury from unexpected falls.
Kitchen: Avoid using tablecloths as a baby can pull them and get hot food all over his/her body. Remove fridge magnets that are small enough to fit in a baby's mouth. Also, while using an oven, make sure to somehow lock the oven door. Besides, place knifes and forks up in shelves or in drawers that are unreachable for a toddler.
Electronics: keep all electronic devices unplugged while they are not under use. Cover up outlets as babies are typically curious what happens if they plug things in power. Avoid using extension cords.
It's not our goals to panic you, we just want to highlight that Safety is as simple as ABC - Always Be Careful.