Are cot dividers safe?

If you are worried about the safety of your twins sharing a cot bed, but do not have enough space for two beds, one solution is to use crib dividers. Crib dividers can be inserted in the crib to separate the sleeping area of each twin. Crib dividers can give both your babies a safe sleeping area while they are sharing the same cot bed.

Can you put a crib divider in a cot? Crib dividers can be inserted in the crib to separate the sleeping area of each twin. Crib dividers can give both your babies a safe sleeping area while they are sharing the same cot bed. Using a crib divider can save you the money and space necessary to buy an extra crib.

What are the safety guidelines for a cot? To keep your baby as safe as possible in their cot, check that it conforms to British Safety Standards BS EN 716:2008. You’ll also need to follow these guidelines so they don’t get trapped or climb out: The distance between the top of the mattress and the top of the cot sides should be at least 50cm.

Is it OK to put blankets under a cot divider? I fed the blankets under the cot divider so keep in position.It was great for keeping spare sheets etc on other side.Lost a star as bit difficult to get the strap clipped under cot if cot against wall. Looks a good idea, however, it didn’t fit between the bars of the cot.

How big of a space do you need for a cot? Castor wheels should be on two legs only or at least one pair of castors has brakes. Space between bars between 50 to 95 mm. Space between cot sides/ends and mattress no more than 20 mm. Base of mattress to top of cot 600 mm minimum.

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