The Fred Home Safety Starter Pack is the ideal solution for baby-proofing. A mix of individually designed safety products to protect against risks common to most homes plus a safety-check tool for parents to understand the small objects that represent a choking hazard.
– Top Drawer Catch x 1
– Lower Drawer Catch x 2
– Multi-Purpose Block x 1
– Corner Protectors x 4
– Socket Covers x 6
– Door Slam Stopper x 1
– Double Door Block x 1
– Choke Tester x 1
What is our standard delivery service?
Your goods will be dispatched via Royal Mail or Courier. Standard Delivery is:
- Free on all UK orders over £50.01 *
- £3.99 for UK orders under £50.00 *
* Excludes Scottish Highlands + Islands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles, and the Channel Islands. Goods will be despatched via Royal Mail or Courier depending on the size and weight of your order. Find out more about the charges to these locations here.
We love our tried and tested products and hope you will be happy with your purchase, but if for any reason you are not, we offer a no quibble guarantee. You can start your hassle-free return or exchange by clicking on our support portal below.
Self-Service Portal >
Fred is the result of years of collaborative effort between an advanced team of Danish designers (with almost 60 years of experience with home safety products!), and product specialists from around the globe, including British mum of three, Selina.
Selina is a well-known, respected member of the nursery industry and sits on the board of the Baby Products Association (BPA), the voice of the baby and nursery products industry in the UK.
Through her hard work and dedication, we are proud to say that Fred is the first fully compliant safety range in the UK.
Is baby proofing important?
According to ROSPA, every week at least one child under-5 is killed in an accident and more than 75% of these will do so in the home. At least half of all under-5’s will attend A&E this year because of an accident. Every week 60 under-5’s are hospitalised as a result of a burn or scald and over 100 are hospitalised for accidental poisoning. Almost all of these accidents are preventable.
At Fred, we are passionate about helping every family to baby proof their home easily and quickly to help prevent these terrible accidents from happening. We believe it is one of the most important things you can do as a parent because it helps to safeguard your children and give you peace of mind that they are protected against accidents and injuries at home.
When/where should I start baby proofing?
Ideally, you need to baby proof your home before your little one starts crawling or walking, because once they start moving, they won’t stop! Very quickly you will begin to realise how dangerous your home is, we recommend you start baby proofing at around 6 months so you are ready in plenty of time for baby to start crawling.
It can be daunting to look at your whole house and try to work out what you need to baby proof, so we recommend working your way through the house room by room.
Get down to your toddlers level by crawling around on your hands and knees (yes really!) so that you can identify the dangers and then make a list of everything you need to move or safeguard in that room before moving on to the next.
What safety standards are there for home safety products?
There are a number of relevant safety standards including; EN1930 published in 2011 for safety barriers including stair gates, EN16948 for locks and latches, published in August 2017 which governs all consumer fitted child resistant drawer and cupboard locking devices. Also EN16554 for door stoppers, published in 2014 for devices to prevent fingers being trapped in doors.
Relevant Fred products meet these regulations and the entire range is tested to the relevant clauses of EN71 Series, the toy standard, and Fred is a founding member of GACS, an organisation working towards higher standards of safety.
We always design our products to promote best practice in our industry and are constantly fighting to raise awareness of the potential hazards of using poor quality alternatives which can end up posing more of a risk than the original danger they were designed to protect against.