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QuickZip® Crib Sheets and PortaBaby® Safety Sheet for Play Yard fully enclose the mattress and won't pop off. Our open-base models for twin beds and larger sizes - designed for easier installation - have an extra overlap and stronger elastic than ordinary sheets and won't bunch up or pop off.


Safety Awareness
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CPSIA
Crib Sheet Safety Awareness

Our Safe Sleep Book Marks and NEW Baby's Space - Keep it Safe Sticky Notes are available from Clouds and Stars to share with your friends, family, moms' groups, preschools, book clubs, etc.so that you can spread the word  about keeping babies safe in their cribs.  
Useful Safety Information Links:
(There are many organizations that provide information on child and baby safety - we have just listed a few here as a start)
CPSIA Certification of Compliance
Babysitter note pad

Safety Book mark

Voluntary Standard for Infant Bedding
New - August 2012, Includes standards for crib bumpers

Consumer Product Safety Commission
www.CPSC.gov
Crib Sheet Warning
(For Recent Recalls, see below)

American Academy of Pediatrics
www.aap.org
www.keepingbabiessafe.org

Safe Sleep Environment Flyer
(CPSC/AAP/keepingbabiessafe)

Juvenile Product Manufacturers Association
Make Every Night a Good Night Campaign

Clouds and Stars program documentation
Bunk Bed Safety Tips

• Use guardrails on both sides of the top bunk. The gaps in the guardrails should be 3.5 inches or smaller to prevent strangulation. • Guardrails need to extend at least 5 inches above the mattress top to prevent kids from rolling off. • Check that the mattress foundation is strong and that the right mattress size is used. • Children younger than 6 are too young to sleep in the top bunk. • Never let kids play on the bunk or ladder. • Remove dangerous objects from around the bed. • Keep the top bunk away from ceiling fans. • Install a night light near the ladder. • Do not use the bunk bed or ladder if any parts are damaged or broken. • Teach kids how to carefully climb the ladder. • Do not allow children to attach belts, scarves or ropes to the bunk bed. This can lead to strangulation.
Useful Safety Information Links:
http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/cirp-bunk-bed-safety