As members of the British Blinds and Shutters Association, all of the blinds we supply, and install will be compliant with all British Standard requirements.

Please look at the BBSA Make It Safe website to understand the laws we must comply by regarding child safety and safety devices.

Child safety

Make it Safe is a campaign from the British Blind and Shutter Association (BBSA) to promote window blind safety in all homes, public buildings and other environments where babies and young children may be present.

Window blinds are an increasingly popular form of window dressing with virtually limitless designs, styles, finishes and operating methods. All blinds produced and sold after February 2014 must comply with specific child safety requirements (BS EN 13120).

Some existing blinds installed before February 2014 may have cords or chains that operate the blind and which could pose a serious hazard to babies and young children if they can gain access to the blind. Making existing blinds safer is quick, cheap and easy and we have free resources to show you how…

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Window blind safety

Advice for Landlords on Window Blind Safety

Important Information for Responsible Persons of Public Buildings including Hotels, Holiday Lettings & Guest Houses and Commercial Buildings with child accessible areas.