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Delighted to have this back in stock in time for Christmas, the Safetots Baby Rescue.  A unique, safe and comfortable solution to lowering your baby quickly and with ease from upper floors in the event of an emergency.  Whilst we try to stay warm in freezing conditions with open fires lit and log fires burning, we reach the season where risk of home fires is greatly increased.

Here at Safetots we want all parents of young infants to know about ‘BabyRescue’ who came up with this life saving device, why it’s a must have item for any home with varying levels and why we rate it so highly.





Lieutenant Rick Peters is a firefighter, paramedic and father of four.  He has over 25 years experience saving the lives of people all over the country and been witness to many unimaginable situations, many of which have involved infants.


Being trapped on an upper floor is terrifying.  Because I’ve been there, I invented BABYRESCUE to give parents peace of mind and comfort knowing that in the event of an emergency, they will have a safe, easy way to get their babies to safety”


Invented by a firefighter the Baby Rescue has derived from experience, knowledge and care, made from the same material used in emergency response and made with a non-slip grip-line to make lowering easy.





The Baby Rescue is a NEW rapid evacuation device that enables you to lower your baby from up to 5 stories in the event of an emergency.  It comes with many unique and highly researched key features:


  • A comfortable, safe and secure bag with a zipper top
  • It has a 60 foot non-slip grip line (Safe up to 5 stories)
  • Conforms to baby’s body
  • Breathable mesh section
  • Water resistant outer layer
  • Made from the same material used in emergency response equipment





Providing parents with up to the minute child safety products and knowledge to guide them into creating the safest environment for their children to play and sleep is the ultimate Safetots goal.  The ‘Baby Rescue’ brings another dimension to our range of fire safety products for the home.  It enables parents to lower their infant to safety when faced with unthinkable situations.  It’s fast and easy to use, comfortable safe and secure and enables parents to seek their own exit route should a fire break out without attempting it with their child.  


“You wouldn’t go without a car seat.

Why put your baby to bed without BabyRescue in the room”


For more fire safety products, including escape ladders, fire blankets and fire extinguishers visit: https://www.safetots.co.uk/safety-essentials/fire-safety-equipment.html



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Childproofing Dec 13 ,2017



Being prepared in the event of an unexpected fire breaking out in your home is key to giving you and your family the best chance of escape and survival should the worst happen.


During these long winter months when fires and log burners are in frequent use, candles are lit and Christmas lights switched on to create the perfect Christmas setting, the risk of a fire breaking out is greatly increased.   Arm yourself with the knowledge of what to do if a fire breaks out in the home? How to escape? How to get the children to safety? And what steps to take to give you and your family the best chance of survival.


Every year children of all ages start around 35,000 fires.  A fire can start quickly without warning and progress into an inferno in a matter of minutes.  Being prepared, knowing your escape routes in the home, making all family members familiar with the right steps and actions to take in the event of a fire and investing in a few ‘fire evacuation products’ could save your life and the lives of your loved ones.


So how can you safely evacuate your home in the event of a fire?


  1. NEW - Baby Rescue Carrier

The baby rescue rapid evacuation carrier, invented by a firefighter provides an easy solution for safe evacuations of infants and small children.  Designed to enable families to lower their baby up to 75lbs from up to 5 stories.  The Baby rescue gives parents peace of mind and comfort in knowing in the event of a fire they have a fast and easy way to get their babies to safety.


  1. Fire Escape Ladder

For families living in a two storey or three storey home, consider keeping one or more fire escape ladders in accessible locations throughout the home.  Ensure all family members know how they work and where they are kept for ease of access should a fire break out.  Fire escape ladders hook on to window sills and retract for easy and compact storage.  A fire escape ladder will carry weight up to 510kg enabling more than one family member to be on the ladder at any one time.


  1. Fire Alert Blanket

Ultimately if you find your clothing on fire, you may find your natural reaction is to run.  Running around encourages flames to spread and not distinguish.  A fire blanket can be used on clothing, a chip pan, waste bin, bbq, and many items in the home to quickly and safely distinguish a fire.  A fire blanket is ideal for keeping close to hand in the kitchen, near an open fire or close to the barbeque. 


  1. Fire Extinguisher

Small 1kg fire extinguishers are ideal for placing around the home.  Although not capable of putting out large fires, the First Alert Multi Purpose 1kg Fire Extinguiser fights small gas, oil and electrical fires, plus wood and paper.  If you do install a fire extinguisher, make sure you read the instructions for use and make yourself familiar about how to operate the extinguisher.


The ultimate fear of any fire breaking out in the home is being trapped and unable to escape, particularly if you are on an upper floor with young children.  Being prepared with fire escape ladders and baby rescue carriers arms you with the best chance of escape should a fire break out on an upper floor.


Install a smoke alarm and frequently check it’s in working order.  If a fire breaks out in your home during the night, a smoke alarm may be the first indication that you are in trouble.  For best use, install an alarm downstairs and upstairs in the home on landings and hallways.

Keep your family safe and install a few fire evacuation items throughout the home.  Visit Fire Safety websites for expert advice on the best actions to take if a fire breaks out in the home, from checking for smoke under the doors (before opening a door) to crawling as apose to walking to your escape exit to limit the inhalation of smoke.  There is a great deal of expert advice available on what to do in the event of a fire, familiarise yourself with the best course of action and educate all members of the family.


Safetots have a range of fire safety equipment available to purchase with next day delivery available on all items, from fire blankets and baby rescue carriers through to fire extinguishers and smoke alarms.  Providing comfort, safety and peace of mind for all the family.  

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Childproofing Dec 12 ,2017