BABY SAFE HOMES® ANNOUNCES SERVICE OFFERINGS IN Cincinnati, Ohio

CINCINNATI, Ohio. (June 2, 2012) – Baby Safe Homes®, an international, full-service child safety company, announced that they have expanded their service offerings to include the cities of Cincinnati, Ohio.  Based in San Diego, Calif., Baby Safe Homes has enjoyed offering safety evaluations and professional installation of child safety products for over a decade, says Robert Lockheimer, President and CEO. “We are thrilled to be able to offer our expertise in child safety to the Cincinnati area,” explained Lockheimer. “A parent’s responsibility to create a safe home environment where their children can learn and grow is a daunting task, and we are happy to relieve Cincinnati parents of this duty while providing the additional peace of mind that our expertise offers.” Cincinnati, Ohio residents can schedule a free in-home consultation with a certified Baby Safe Homes expert to help create the safest environment for their children by contacting franchise owner Robin Lean by phone at 513-400-3454 or by visiting www.babysafehomes.com.  Cincinnati coverage areas include SW Ohio including Greater Cincinnati & Dayton as well as Northern Kentucky. Baby Safe Homes also offers services in California, including Sacramento, Orange and San Diego County, Boulder and Jefferson County, Colorado., Phoenix, Arizona., Williamson County, Tennessee., Houston, Austin, and Dallas Fort Worth, Texas, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Northwestern Washington, Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky,  the United Kingdom., Alberta Canada and more. To schedule an interview to discuss child home safety with an industry expert, please contact Robert Lockheimer at (760) 500-1400 or email robert@babysafehomes.com. About Baby Safe Homes Founded in 1998, Baby Safe Homes® is a privately held, family-run company headquartered in Carson City, Nevada. To fill a growing need, the company has developed unique baby proofing systems and techniques to create the safest environment for babies and children across the United […]

Serious Head Injuries to Infants Continue Due to Falls from Bumbo Baby Seats Used on Elevated Surfaces

Injuries occurring despite previous recall warning; parents urged to use caution WASHINGTON, D.C. – Due to the serious risk of injury to babies, CPSC and Bumbo International Trust of South Africa (“Bumbo International”) are urging parents and caregivers to never place Bumbo Baby Seats on tables, countertops, chairs or other raised surfaces. Infants aged 3-10 months old have fallen out of the Bumbo seat and suffered skull fractures and other injuries. CPSC and Bumbo International are aware of at least 45 incidents in which infants fell out of a Bumbo seat while it was being used on an elevated surface which occurred after an October 25, 2007 voluntary recall of the product. The recall required that new warnings be placed on the seat to deter elevated usage of the product. Since the recall, CPSC and Bumbo International have learned that 17 of those infants, ages 3-10 months, suffered skull fractures. These incidents and injuries involved both recalled Bumbo seats and Bumbo seats sold after the recall with the additional on-product warnings. CPSC and Bumbo International are also aware of an additional 50 reports of infants falling or maneuvering out of Bumbo seats used on the floor and at unknown elevations. These incidents include two reports of skull fractures and one report of a concussion that occurred when babies fell out of Bumbo seats used on the floor. These injuries reportedly occurred when the infants struck their heads on hard flooring, or in one case, on a nearby toy. The Bumbo seat is labeled and marketed to help infants sit in an upright position as soon as they can support their head. The product warnings state that the seat “may not prevent release of your baby […]

By |November 25th, 2011|Recalls|0 Comments

Child Proofing in San Antonio, Texas – Baby Safe Homes Expands Baby Proofing Service

      Baby Safe Homes®, a full-‐service baby safety and professional home baby proofing company is now open for business in San Antonio, Texas.  Franchise owner, Danny Kozelsky, will offer FREE in home consultations with Same Day Installation service of:  Baby Safety Gates, Child Safe Drawer and Cabinet Latches, Furniture Straps, Bathroom Safety, Electrical Safety, and other quality safety items not available in retail stores. Call today to schedule your appointment: 512-983-7233 or visit us on line at www.BabySafeHomes.com

By |April 28th, 2011|Info|0 Comments

Child Safety in Albuquerque, New Mexico – Baby Safe Homes Expands Baby Proofing Service

Baby Proofing and Child Safety Service Albuquerque, New Mexico Baby Safe Homes®, a full-‐service baby safety and professional home baby proofing company is now open for business in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Franchise owner, Chris Mora, will offer FREE in home consultations with Same Day Installation service of:  Baby Safety Gates, Child Safe Drawer and Cabinet Latches, Furniture Straps, Bathroom Safety, Electrical Safety, and other quality safety items not available in retail stores. Call today to schedule your appointment: 505-401-6642 or visit us on line at www.BabySafeHomes.com Servicing: Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Placitas, Sandia Heights, Paradise Hills, Los Ranchos, Bernalillo, Los Alamos, Socorro, Las Cruces, Cedar Crest, Edgewood, Grants.

By |April 14th, 2011|Info|0 Comments

National Window Safety Week

Screens keep bugs out, not kids in. Nothing says spring and summer like opening the windows, setting the chairs and table on the porch, or planting flowers.  Keeping windows and doors open not only provides fresh air through the house, but it is a hidden danger in your house if you have little ones. Window falls increase dramatically during the spring and summer months; however, they can be prevented. It takes supervision and a few extra precaution. We also want to remind you that no device replaces active supervision. It’s the key to ensuring your child doesn’t have access to open windows or doors around the home. Top Tips to Prevent Window Falls Install window guards to prevent children from falling out of windows. For windows above the first floor, install window guards with an emergency release device in case of fire. Install window stops so that windows open no more than four inches. Keep windows locked and closed when they are not being used. Keep furniture away from windows so kids cannot climb to the ledge. If you have double-hung windows — the kind that can open down from the top as well as up from the bottom — it is generally safer to open the top pane, but growing kids may have enough strength, dexterity and curiosity to open the bottom pane. Do not rely on window screens to prevent falls. Keep windows locked when they are closed. Supervise children at all times, especially around open windows. Install window guards! Window guards should be installed to prevent the little ones from being able to fall outside. They are easy to install and have a release mechanism in the event of an emergency or the need to […]

Baby Crib Bumper Safety

I get asked every week about crib bumper safety.  Here is what I have found based on the best information available at the time of posting: SAFE KIDS USA POSITION STATEMENT CRIB BUMPERS Crib bumpers or bumper pads are a product parents commonly think increases the safety of their child’s crib. However, it is rare for contact between a baby and the sides of the crib to cause long-term injury, and soft products and bedding in the sleep environment are a risk for both SIDS and suffocation. Infants have been known to suffocate from wedging the face against a crib bumper, from becoming wedged between the bumper and another object, and from the bumper tie wrapping around an infant’s neck. Crib bumpers also reduce the flow of fresh air around a baby during sleep. This may be a contributing factor to SIDS, as some babies may be unable to wake themselves enough to prevent hypoxia if they overheat or lack sufficient oxygen during sleep. It is important to distinguish between SIDS and suffocation. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the sudden death of an apparently healthy infant under one year of age that remains unexplained after an autopsy, examination of the death scene and review of the baby’s health history. There is no known way to prevent all cases of SIDS, but one of the steps parents and caregivers can take to reduce risk is removing soft bedding from a baby’s crib. It is only through a comprehensive death scene investigation that unintentional suffocation can be distinguished from SIDS or intentional suffocation (homicides). Even with a complete investigation, it is still difficult or impossible to determine the manner of many suffocation deaths. However, the majority […]

Baby Safety in London, England – Baby Safe Homes Expands Baby Proofing Service to the UK

LONDON England. (January 11, 2011) – Baby Safe Homes®, an international, full-service child safety company, announced that they have expanded their service offerings to include the cities of London England in the United Kingdom.  Based in San Diego, Calif. Baby Safe Homes has enjoyed offering safety evaluations and professional installation of child safety products for over a decade, says Robert Lockheimer, President and CEO. “We are thrilled to be able to offer our expertise in child safety to London,” explained Lockheimer.  “A parent’s responsibility to create a safe, home environment where their children can learn and grow is a daunting task, and we are happy to relieve London parents of this duty while providing the additional peace of mind that our expertise offers.” London residents can schedule a free in-home consultation with a certified Baby Safe Homes expert to help create the safest environment for their children by contacting franchise owner Chris Jones by phone at +44 (0) 207 559 1491 or by visiting www.babysafehomes.com. Baby Safe Homes also offers services in California, including Sacramento, Orange and San Diego County, Boulder and Jefferson County, Colo., Phoenix, Ariz., Williamson County, Tenn., Houston, Dallas and Austin, Texas,  Washington County, Utah, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Northwestern Washington, Lexington and Louisville, KY., Ohio, New Jersey the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Canada and more. To schedule an interview to discuss child home safety with industry expert, Robert Lockheimer, or to inquire about Baby Safe Homes presence in Minnesota please contact Vicki Marangos at (619) 306-9268 or email vicki.marangos@babysafehomes.com. About Baby Safe Homes Founded in 1998, Baby Safe Homes® is a privately held, family-run company headquartered in San Diego, Calif.  To fill a growing need, the company has developed unique baby proofing systems and techniques to create […]

By |January 11th, 2011|Info|0 Comments
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