Nazar brand baby rooms and baby furnitures are not factory made; instead, every product is made especially by hand using quality materials and MDF (medium density fiberboard) . NAZAR brand cribs are produced in a way that they can functionally be transformed in stages in accordance with the growth of the baby. Our products are within the European standards and no hazardous dyes or accessories against child safety and health are used. Many models of our baby rooms are built to grow in parallel to the growth of the baby and can also be used in teen rooms in later years. When making our NAZAR products, to ensure your baby a safe and sound sleep, we make sure they carry all the necessary features. We work with Forever Redwood in th U.S that manufactures high quality gazebos and pergola kits
How should you make a choice of a baby room? You are planning to purchase a baby room for your child you have been diligently waiting for; one of the most important pieces of this room is the selection of a baby crib or a baby bed. Should the crib be stable or, rocking or electronic? Naturally, while thinking about these, the most important options you should bear in mind are the health, safety and comfort of your baby.
If your financial situation is suitable, while choosing the crib, instead of thinking long term, in other words, instead of considering to use the bed or crib you will purchase until your child reaches 3-5 years of age, it will help to split this period into two. In other words, a moving crib for the first period, an immovable bed for the second period may be better. When making your selection, make sure of product safety, style and quality.
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Baby furniture Crib types: Standard cribs: Standard cribs come in two types. First one is the cribs that has one side that can go down, the second type are the cribs with both sides being able to go down.
Crib-bed type: This type of cribs, since you will need a bed instead of a crib as your baby grows, can be transformed into a bed later on.
Safety features of a crib:
1. Make sure the gap between railings on the sides of the crib are not too wide.
2. Make sure the dropping side railings are adequately above mattress/pad level when dropped.
3. Make sure the side railings are sufficiently high when raised.
4. Make certain that there is no more than an inch between the mattress and the sides of the crib.
5. Make sure that the locking mechanism necessary to prevent the side railings from dropping is safe and sufficient.
6. Ensure that the corners of the crib are rounded, and non-stripping dyes are applied.
Swings, Slides, and Seesaws: Staying Safe at the Playground
Children adore playgrounds, where they can whiz through the air on a swing, whoosh down a slide, and clamber up climbing bars. Given this enthusiasm, there is little wonder that they can rush headlong into play equipment, slip from their footing, lose their handhold, or take a tumble. Incidents are bound to happen, but improved playground equipment, layout, and surfacing have helped to diminish them. The government and industry have made great progress in improving playground safety over the past decades. Guidelines and standards are in place for both public and home playgrounds. The standards are similar for the two settings, even though public playgrounds are maintained by a municipality or other entity while home playgrounds are the responsibility of parents and caregivers.
The public playground standard is a lengthy document that covers many types of equipment, including balance beams, climbers, upper body equipment, sliding poles, slides, swings, exercise rings/trapeze bars, moving/rotating/rocking components, seesaws, spring rockers, log rolls, and track rides. The standard addresses hazards from sharp points and edges, protrusions, pinch/crush/shear points, suspended hazards (cables, ropes, etc.), entrapment, entanglement, and falls. It also has requirements for structural integrity, surfacing, and access, including wheelchair access. No longer should you see equipment installed over asphalt, excessively high climbers, heavy swinging rideon animals, very steep slides, wooden swing seats, and other serious hazards that were common on playgrounds in the 1950s and 1960s, and even into the 1970s. Today, you may even come across agegraded playgrounds. The layout of equipment at playgrounds usually allows a child’s play to flow between the pieces with enough space for safe transition from one to the next.
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that public playgrounds provide access for the disabled. The Access Board is the federal agency responsible for the development of design guidelines for accessibility. In the future, public playgrounds will need not only an access route but also opportunities for the disabled to play and interact with other children, both with and without disabilities, on types of equipment similar to the equipment the playground provides for children without disabilities. Most playground injuries are associated with falls, and both public and home playground standards include requirements for protective surfaces to buffer those falls. Details about these protective surfaces, including what you should look for at public playgrounds and what you should install with backyard equipment, are given below in the section about injuries from falls. Now that we’ve surveyed some of the general hazards associated with toys and playing— selecting appropriate toys, storing toys, and understanding playground settings— let’s move on to specific injury hazards. In the following sections, I explain how to keep your child safe from the many hazards associated with indoor and outdoor toys and with playground equipment.
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