Deaths Associated with Playpens July 2001 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Toll-free Hotline: 1-800-638-2772 www.cpsc.gov
For infants, researchers suggest creating enticing play environments in the home and center in which children can lie on their stomachs and move freely without the restriction of high chairs and playpens.
Cribs, strollers, high chairs and playpens are used every day. But did you know that these common products can cause injury and even death? Children under age 5 are most at risk.
From Playpen to Playground — The Importance of Physical Play for the Motor Development of Young Children Associations of the American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Safe Infant Sleeping Practices in Child Care 1. Place all infants (birth through 12 months) completely flat on their backs on a firm, tight-fitting mattress for sleep in a crib or playpen. ALWAYS place an infant flat on her back for sleep in a crib or playpen, unless it is ordered by a ...
For more information, contact the Guilford County Department of Public Health at 641-7777 or www.guilfordhealth.org PEC APP 06/07 Safe crib and/or playpens have: • • • • Mesh-netting with a very small weave - smaller than the tiny buttons on your baby's clothing.
PUBLIC SAFETY BULLETIN Aug. 21, 2007 Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General BC Coroners Service INFANT DIES AFTER RECALLED PLAYPEN COLLAPSES RICHMOND - The BC Coroners Service is warning parents and caregivers to check playpens following the death of an 11 month-old Richmond boy on Aug ...
cribs, playpens and high chairs. Before buying or re-using a product, check to be sure it is still safe and has not been recalled. It’s easy to check!
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Through careful planning, such as ensuring that cribs and playpens meet today's standards for safety, it is possible to greatly reduce the number of needless injuries that occur and prevent another parent from saying "if only I'd....."