What are Child safety in the bedrooms?

The closets and drawers of the rooms are always exciting places for young children and the elderly. Make sure all potentially dangerous objects are out of reach since you can’t always know when the child is going to explore.

Children’s room

Do not put a safety railing the first time the child sleeps in bed. If you think it may fall, put some cushions on the floor. Bunk beds are not recommended for children under 6 years.

The upper bed of a bunk bed must have a safety rail on both sides. Likewise, the hollow spaces of the railings or those located between the surface of the mattress and the lower part of the rail must not measure more than 6.5 – 7 cm.

Never let young children play in the upper bunk bed. Make sure there is no cable near the bed that the child can pull. Remove toys from the floor around the bed at night. Make sure the child cannot jump out the window. You may be in danger even if your room is on the ground floor.

-Install a safety lock, but make sure the window can be opened easily in case of fire.
-Try not to put any furniture under a window, since the child may want to climb to jump.

-Keep toys that are not appropriate for young children separated from the rest. This way, you can easily remove them if the child shares the room with a smaller one or if you have invited children.

-Medications should never be left next to the bed or on a bedside table. Keep them out of the sight and reach of children, locked.

Scissors and sewing accessories should be stored in a drawer or in a closet with a safety lock.

Perfumes, lacquer or makeup can be harmful if they are sprayed or rubbed in the eyes, or if they are ingested, so you should keep them out of the reach of the Niles or in a drawer with safety lock. Never leave a cup of crockery or a glass on the floor by the bed, especially at night. If the child enters your room, he could trip and fall on the glass.