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Watch the free recording of our webinar on dangerous toys and how to avoid buying them. Read more
Don’t get caught out buying dangerous toys when shopping online. We explain how to tell safe sellers from dodgy dealers and highlight risky toys to avoid. Read more
Here we compare two toys, showing how reputable manufacturers invest in toy safety. Read more
Many accidents are a part of growing up. Children need to explore and experiment. But some children suffer the pain of serious accidents that can alter the course of their lives forever. Most of these serious accidents are completely preventable by making simple solutions or changes to routines.
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Our innovative at-a-glance safety wallchart for parents and carers of 0-2 year-olds. It consists of an at-a-glance matrix which matches the child’s age and development to hazards in the home.
Button batteries, particularly big, powerful lithium coin cell batteries, can badly hurt or kill a small child if they swallow one and it gets stuck in their food pipe. Find out more.
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Doctors have issued a stark warning that young children can choke to death on whole grapes. Read more
Staffordshire Safeguarding Children Board has issued a warning to parents after the death of a toddler who swallowed a button battery. Read more
Fidget spinners are the latest playground craze but doctors have raised concerns about cheap fidget spinners with LED lights powered by small button batteries. Read more
Warmer weather sees reports of small children falling from upstairs windows. Why are pre-school children at particular risk? Read more