Child safety


A toy is a product under EU Toy Safety Regulations that is clearly designed for or intended to be played with by children under the age of 14.

Window blinds

Cords and chains on window blinds and curtains can pose a hidden danger to young children, particularly children under the age of three. There have been a number of deaths of children in recent years due to strangulation caused by loose cords and chains.

Baby self-feeding pillows

A self-feeding pillow is designed to hold a bottle, keep it in the baby’s mouth and free up the parent’s hands, allowing the baby to feed itself.

Amber teething jewellery 

Amber teething jewellery can cause choking, strangulation, aspiration and death. These necklaces, bracelets, anklets, and beads are not safe for babies and small children and should never be used as teething aids. Choking Beads can block a child’s airway and …

Children’s clothes

Children all over the world have suffered serious injuries and even death from accidents involving cords and drawstrings on their clothes. For example, children have been seriously injured in cases where cords on their clothes have become tangled in playground …