Safety and Healthcare – Keeping Your Baby Healthy And Your Home Safe

Looking after your baby’s health and ensuring their safety is of utmost importance. Once your toddler gains mobility, they can get up to any amount of mischief. Although we need to let our babies and toddlers learn and discover, we still need to protect them from themselves.

A house can be a dangerous place for curious hands, but rather than punishing curiosity, it pays to prevent an incident from happening to begin with.

From the earliest days, you can protect your child by implementing a variety of safety measures, including room and bath thermometers, playpens and barrier gates, edge guards, drawer and door latches.

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We care about your baby’s wellbeing just as much as you do, and that is why we are here to provide you with everything that you need in one space, that you can rely on time and time again. Browse through our exclusive online range of Safety and Healthcare products and discover what you can do to protect your child.


Safety equipment can help to create a safer environment for your child. It doesn’t replace the need for supervision, especially with younger children, but it can make protecting your child easier.

Safety gates and barriers

These stop babies and toddlers climbing up or downstairs. They are also very helpful for stopping children going into rooms where it’s dangerous for them to be, like the kitchen.

You can use them until your child reaches an age where they have become too clever for their own good and then the use for these products will no longer suffice.

Window locks

They can stop the window from opening too wide and your child being able to climb out. Remember that older children will be able to open catches or locks. It’s good to keep keys for locks in a place that’s easy for adults reach in case there is a fire.

Corner protectors

Corner protectors can help to protect unsteady babies or toddlers from hurting themselves on sharp-edged furniture when they fall.

Safety locks and latches

These are ideal for doors, cupboards, fridges and dishwashers. They can stop little fingers getting into medicines, cleaning products and chemicals.

It is always advised to keep medicines in locked cupboard preferably and/or high up out of harms way.