Child safety

Toys

A toy is defined by EU toy safety regulations as any product intended to be used in play by children under the age of 14. Examples of toys include dolls, teddy bears, tricycles, toy cars or tractors, building blocks, toy …

Window blinds

This information is intended as a guide only. You should contact your supplier with any queries regarding the safety of your blinds. Your home should be a place where your children are safe and protected, but there is a hidden …

Amber teething jewellery 

Amber beads are often sold as baby teething aids in the form of jewellery. Never use amber teething jewellery such as necklaces, bracelets and anklets as relief for babies who are teething. Amber teething jewellery products are unsafe for babies, …

Children’s clothes

Cords and drawstrings in children’s clothes Take care to avoid putting clothes which have cords and drawstrings on young children. Children all over the world have suffered serious injuries and even death from accidents involving long cords and drawstrings on …

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