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Great Child Care Cribs for Small and Large Daycare Centers

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Take a look around at your child care center’s cribs.  Are they in good condition and in line with the updated standards that went into effect at the end of last year?

Childcare cribs

If not, now is the time to do something about it. There are several child care cribs available that would be perfect for use in large or small daycare settings. Here are a handful of models to consider:

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Making the Most of Nap Time with Child Care Cribs

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If you provide child care for young children, you know it is essential to provide a safe, quiet place for little ones to get their rest.  There are many options for child care cribs, as well as cots and mats for older children who still need to nap during the day.Daycare Center Child Care Cribs

Day Care Crib Options

Registered child care providers and daycare centers strive to meet the highest standards, and that means purchasing cribs with the best quality.  These cribs not only meet all of the new CPSC safety regulations and guidelines, but there are many options you can choose from including:

  • Drop-down side gates
  • Under crib drawers to store bedding and other essentials
  • Plexiglas clearview sides for maximum visibility
  • Evacuation cribs with sturdier frames and wheels

If you’re trying to save space, check out the two-level crib, or invest in crib dividers, which enable you to put cribs right next to each other while blocking sound and germs.

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Is all your Preschool Furniture Compliant?

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As you are aware, the Consumer Product Safety Commission or CPSC has issued a new standard for cribs that went into effect June 28, 2011. But are you aware that the CPSC will no longer allow cribs that do not meet the new safety standards to be used in day care centers, churches, hotels, or other places that offer public accommodations after December 28, 20212. Therefore my question to you; are your cribs or preschool furniture compliant?

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New 2011 CPSC Crib Safety Standards

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has approved new mandatory standards for cribs that ban the manufacture and sale of drop-side cribs, strengthen mattress support, demand stronger crib hardware, and make safety tests tougher. Under the new guidelines traditional cribs, both fixed-side and drop-side, may not remain in service after December 28, 2012 that are not compliant to these new standards and as a result, must be replaced. This marks the first time in almost three decades that the crib safety standards have been updated.

Day care centers, hotels, motels, child care facilities, family child care homes, and other places of public accommodations have and will continue to be affected by these new baby crib regulations. If your crib was purchased prior to 2011, your crib is likely no longer compliant with the new CPSC crib safety regulations. For more information about these new crib standards, visit the CPSC website.

Fixed-Side crib with new 2011 updates that meet the new CPSC crib standards.

While the popular drop-side cribs have been banned, there are other crib options available that allow easy access to the caregiver that ensure safe sleeping environments for child care facility. The new SafeReach Side Gate Crib features a full length side gate that aids in accessibility and reduces back strain for caregivers. The side gate requires adult arm span to activate and locks closed in upper position. Featuring an exclusive Pinch-Proof design that eliminates all pinch points with quiet operation that will not disturb sleeping infants.

The JPMA approved Serenity Safereach Cribs have commercial grade construction that feature solid hardwood frames with mortis and tenon headboards. Steel box frame mattress board with center support brace. Adjustable mattress boards and a lower profile for easier accessiblity. Smooth, clear plastic teething rails that are easy to clean. Includes Professional Series 3″ high density foam, phthalate free, hypo-allergenic mattress that meets flammability standard CFR 1633, and anti-microbial ISO22196 and AATCC147.

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