The safety of our products is always the top priority. At Clouds and Stars we are proud that our QuickZip® Crib Sheet and PortaBaby® Safety Sheet for Play Yard go beyond current safety recommendations – they not only “fit snugly” but they wrap all the way around the mattress, so when zipped and closed fully they will not pop off, preventing the risk of the sheet becoming loose in the crib and causing entanglement hazards. We remind our customers to keep safety at the top of their mind with a safety bookmark or notepad in each package shipped from Clouds and Stars.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends the following Safe Sleep practices to parents (and they remind us to provide care givers with this vital information as well).
Crib Specific Tips:
For Further information:
|Crib Sheet Safety Awareness Campaign
||Our Safe Sleep Book Marks are available from Clouds and Stars to share with your friends, family, moms' groups, preschools, book clubs, etc.so that you can spread the word about keeping babies safe in their cribs.|
|Bunk Bed Safety Tips||• Use guardrails on both sides of the top bunk. The gaps in the guardrails should be 3.5 inches or smaller to prevent strangulation. • Guardrails need to extend at least 5 inches above the mattress top to prevent kids from rolling off. • Check that the mattress foundation is strong and that the right mattress size is used. • Children younger than 6 are too young to sleep in the top bunk. • Never let kids play on the bunk or ladder. • Remove dangerous objects from around the bed. • Keep the top bunk away from ceiling fans. • Install a night light near the ladder. • Do not use the bunk bed or ladder if any parts are damaged or broken. • Teach kids how to carefully climb the ladder. • Do not allow children to attach belts, scarves or ropes to the bunk bed. This can lead to strangulation.|
|CPSIA||CPSIA Certification of Compliance||Clouds and Stars program documentation|
|More Information and Bunk Bed Safety Tips|
There are many organizations that provide information on child and baby safety - we have just listed a few here as a start:
American Academy of Pediatrics