Thinking safe is an important part of parenting, yet do you know exactly what a finger-trap is? and what constitutes a choke hazard? If you don’t know, how can you teach older siblings what to look out for? These tools are designed to help your growing family stay safe each and every day.
Safety just got smarter
- Official dimensions. We have used the specifications for choke hazards and finger entrapments defined very carefully in European safety standards.
- Simple instructions to help you use the tools effectively are inside every pack
- Finger probe. For children 6-24 months of age, the ones most at risk from this type of accident. If the small end goes in further than the marked line, and the large end won’t fit in the gap – it’s a finger trap. Beware!
- Choke tester. If something small can be fitted or squashed into the tester, it’s a choke hazard for under 2’s and needs to be kept out of reach.
- Warning stickers. Help friends, babysitters and other children ‘think safe’ by placing our stickers as reminders around your home. Download further free copies here.
- Bite and choke safe. These are not toys but the tools are made from bite proof, food-grade materials for extra safety; young child will place anything they get hold of into their mouth.
When to use
“Use this pack to help teach an older child what is and isn’t safe for younger siblings: help them to help you!””