Safe Babywearing Means:

  1. Face in view at all times
  2. High and upright
  3. Chin up
  4. Supported back and snug
  5. Close enough to kiss

Your child’s safety is your responsibility.

Chardan Slings cannot be held responsible or liable for any accidents that may occur as a result of any misuse of your wrap or sling. Your use of any information or material from us is entirely at your own risk. You are responsible to ensure that any materials, products, services or information made available through us meet your specific requirement. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

Tips for carrying

  1. Always ensure your child is secured tightly to your body with your wrap or ring sling. Keeping your child tight will make the carry more comfortable for you, but also ensure your child can not slip out of the carrier. Your child should remain high, upright and in view at all times with a well supported back. Check frequently that your child’s airway is free and that their chin hasn’t slumped to their chest.
  2. Be sure to check your wrap or ring sling for ripped seams, torn fabric, and damaged hardware before each use. If found, stop using carrier and contact us for further advice.
  3. Always be aware of your surroundings and what your child may be able to reach.

Thanks to the Baby Carrier Industry Alliance for the use of ‘Visible and Kissable’ safety information.


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