Information on bunk beds, cribs, cradles and bassinets and safe sleep tips, and guidelines on children's sleepwear.
Keep cords up high and out of reach. Cords on the side, inside, or back of the window covering are a strangulation risk for children.
Here are some of the most important things for parents and caregivers to know about children's safety when sleeping.
Creating a safe sleep environment for your baby will help him or her sleep safely and reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Babies spend a lot of time in their cribs, cradles, and bassinets. To make sure yours is safe to use, check Health Canada's Consumer Product Recalls to find out about products that have been recalled.
Bunk beds are convenient and fun ways for kids to share a bedroom. To make sure your children enjoy their bunk safely, be clear with them about the "rules" of use, and check that the bed you own (or are thinking of buying) meets current safety standards.
Children's sleepwear sold in Canada must meet strict flammability requirements that improve safety.
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