01.What's safe for your baby?CHOICE Baby Safety Week is exactly that – a week dedicated to new and expectant parents and the safety of their new bundle of joy.
CHOICE knows more than a thing or two about babies and toddlers. After all, our experts have been testing their products for more than fifty years, offering advice and suggestions to parents that will save them money, and provide them with full peace of mind.
Whether it’s rolling strollers along our custom made rig for hours on end in the CHOICE labs, or checking for sharp edges and finger traps in – well, pretty much everything – safety is at the forefront of all we do. We help you decide how to provide the safest environment for your child, as well as ensuring you feel confident that those essential purchases are the best value, reliable and of high quality.
Find out more about CHOICE’s expert advice for new parents by downloading our FREE Expectant Parents’ Guide, or sign up for CHOICE membership today to get access to all our exclusive information that helps you decide the right product for your lifestyle.
What's not recommended?
For all of our "not recommended" children's products in one single fact sheet, see What's not recommended
Baby product safety guide
Shopping for your new baby is a minefield – what’s safe, what’s not and what’s actually useful? See CHOICE's Baby product safety guide
for more info.
Subject of discussion
Topics included in CHOICE Baby Safety Week:
To read the full reports, click on the links above. Please note some of the information in these reports is member only content, however, the report on bassinets has been made free for CHOICE Baby Safety Week.
CHOICE Advocate – Tracey Spicer
I am immensely proud to be working with CHOICE to raise awareness about baby safety issues. As a new parent, you'd do anything to protect your precious little bundle. But it's difficult to choose which products to purchase. It's wonderful to be able to rely on an independent organisation like CHOICE for valuable advice from experts. Then, you can feel confident about making informed decisions.
Read Tracey's blog highlighting the importance of helping parents make informed decisions about the products they buy.
CHOICE Guide for Expectant Parents
When it comes to baby products, beautiful designs, cute patterns and bold and bright colours are important, of course, but what really counts is safety.
Get your free CHOICE Guide for Expectant Parents
and let the experts help you plan for your new bundle of joy. Includes a handy checklist of what you definitely need, possibly need and definitely don’t need for your first-born.