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Sleep Safety

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Sleep Safety

 

There are steps you can take to create a safe sleep environment for your child, whether he or she is a baby, a toddler, or an older child. Child Safety Link would like to share the following information on safe sleep practices with parents and caregivers:

 

Sleep Safety for Babies

 

Safe crib, cradle & bassinet tips

Safe sleep practices

Where is the safest place for my baby to sleep?

The safest place for a baby to sleep is alone in a crib. You can also place your baby to sleep in a crib, cradle or bassinet BESIDE your own bed. Known as room-sharing, this may be particularly appealing to mothers who breastfeed and want their baby to be near them without sharing the same bed surface.

Products made for children sleeping in the same bed as the parents are not recommended by Health Canada.

 

 

Sleep Safety for Toddlers

 

Safe bedroom tips for your toddler

 

Sleep Safety for Older Children

 

Bunk beds

In Canada, more than 300 children are injured due to bunk beds each year. Although there are no safety standards for bunk beds in Canada, Health Canada recommends purchasing bunk beds that meet the current ASTM (US) standards – Look for the ASTM F1427 label on the bunk bed.

 

Health Canada also suggests the following safe bunk bed practices:

For more information on bunk beds, visit Health Canada – Consumer Product Safety website page on “Bunk Bed Safety” here.

 

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