Look around your home.

All furniture should be secured, especially furniture with doors, drawers or shelves. These tend to attract small children to hang, step or climb. Most furniture requires two safety straps.

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Look around your home. All furniture should be secured, especially furniture with doors, drawers or shelves. These tend to attract small children to hang, step or climb. Most furniture requires two safety straps. These straps DO NOT secure televisions. Mounts and straps for flat screen TVs can be purchased anywhere electronics are sold.

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Talk about it. Look around. Something doesn’t look right at your friends’ house? Point it out. Help them fix it. Can’t afford a safety strap or a smoke detector? Reach out. We will make sure that you get your hands on what you need to protect your children. It only takes a few minutes. Spread the word.

Disclaimer

The purpose of Safe and Sound with Amaya is to raise awareness to the prevalence of tip-over incidents. Our aim is to help parents, grandparents and childcare providers to realize these injuries and deaths can and do happen and that they are PREVENTABLE. Please share the information contained on this website with your family members, friends and neighbors who have young children and you may make a difference in potentially saving the life of a young child.

Anti-tip furniture straps are not a substitution for parental supervision. Safe and Sound with Amaya assumes no liability for improper installation or excessive loads placed on screws, brackets or straps. It is recommended for taller or heavier pieces of furniture that two brackets be installed. Be sure to periodically check brackets for wear and tear and replace when needed.

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