10 Points to Avoid When Choosing a Playpen

10 points to avoid when choosing a playpen

Listed below are 10 points to avoid when choosing a playpen for your baby.

Point 1
Small parts or objects that can be swallowed or inhaled.

Point 2
Sharp corners, edges, and points.

Point 3
Projections that can injure a child when it bumps into them.

Point 4
Projections and openings that can entangle a child’s clothing and create a strangulation hazard.

Point 5
Gaps and openings that can trap a child’s finger, limbs or head. Gaps should be between 50mm and 95mm – larger gaps can trap the child’s head – or between 12mm and 30mm.

Point 6
Moving or rotating components that can injure a child when a part of the child’s body gets in them.

Point 7
Footholds that a child could use to climb out.

Keep these 10 points in mind when you are out shopping for the perfect playpen for your baby.

Point 8
Gaps and openings that can trap a child’s finger, limbs or head. Gaps should be between 50mm and 95mm – larger gaps can trap the child’s head – or between 12mm and 30mm.

Point 9
Moving or rotating components that can injure a child when a part of the child’s body gets in them.

Point 10
Footholds that a child could use to climb out.

 

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