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    Colour Code Your Centre

    Colour Code Your Centre

    Why childcare centres should use colour coded sets

    Prevents Cross-Contamination: Color-coded sheets help prevent cross-contamination. For example, if a child with a contagious illness is in a room with blue sheets, childcare workers can quickly identify and wash those sheets immediately, reducing the risk of spreading germs to other areas.

    Identifies Individual Needs: Different coloured bibs, blankets, and sheets can be used to distinguish each child. For instance, a child with special needs or allergies can be assigned a unique colour, allowing childcare workers to easily and quickly identify and accommodate their specific requirements.

       

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      Here at Studio Play, we provide many different types of colour coded sheets, blankets, towels and bibs for many different childcare centres. Take a look at some of our sheets and blankets here

      Who are we

      Studio Play has become a leading provider of childcare resources, with over 20 years of experience in the manufacturing industry, We are a privately owned business based in Melbourne, Australia, but our reach extends globally. 

       

      How to Create a Safe Sleeping Environment

      How to Create a Safe Sleeping Environment

      How to Create a Safe Sleeping Environment

      A safe sleeping environment means that all potential dangers have been removed and the baby is sleeping in a safe place. The ideal place for a baby to sleep is in a safe cot, on a safe mattress, with safe bedding in a safe sleeping place, both night and day. 

        • Make sure the infant’s head and face remain uncovered during sleep

        • Firm sleep surface: infants should not sleep on sheepskins or other soft surfaces.

        • A firm mattress covered by a sheet is the recommended sleep surface

        • Prevent the infant from slipping down under the blanket

        • Blankets firmly tucked in to the height of the chest

        • No doonas or quilts should be allowed if they cannot be firmly tucked in around the cot mattress

        • Developmental consideration: if the infant is rolling (from approximately 4 months of age), swaddling is no longer appropriate due to entrapment risk

        • A safe mattress is one that is the right size for the cot, is firm and in good condition

        • Watch the temperature as the risk of SIDS is increased when a baby is too hot or too cold, keep the room between 16 and 20 degrees celsius

      Always keep cots away from hanging cords such as blinds, curtains, or electrical appliances. Keep heaters or any electrical appliances well away from the cot to avoid the risk of overheating, burns and electrocution. Never use electric blankets, hot water bottles or wheat bags for babies.

       

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      Here at Studio Play, we provide many different types of bedding options, all made to exceed Australian and International safety standards. Take a look at some of our sheets and blankets here

      Who are we

      Studio Play is part of the Studio Kids Group. We are a privately owned business with over 20 years’ experience in the clothing industry, supplying major Australian retailers. Originally recognised as & specialising in children’s sleepwear & outerwear, we now create, design & manufacture children’s clothing, fashion apparel, uniforms & childcare resources. Our home is still Melbourne, Australia whereas in life today we think, act & work globally. Sourcing predominantly in China & across Asia, we are represented in offices in Australia, Asia, USA & now UK.