First, check your child's mouth and remove any remaining poison if at all possible. Do not treat or induce vomiting until you have consulted a professional since vomiting can sometimes cause long-term damage. Be sure to bring the poison container with you to the phone and call the poison control center, physician, or emergency medical service.
If poison has come in contact with your child's SKIN: Rinse the skin with running water for 15 minutes, remove contaminated clothing and call the poison control center or a health care professional.
If the substance has gotten in your child's EYES: Do not let the child rub the eyes, or put the child's head under a faucet . It is better to gently hold eyelids open while pouring cool water into them for 15 minutes, then call the poison control center.
Calls to poison control centers are free. The centers are open 24 hours a day. Have information about the child and the poison ready when you speak to a specialist.