Safe Sleep Week 2024

The theme for this year’s Safe Sleep Week is Keep it Simple Keep them Safe.

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When
4–10 March 2024

Join us as we explore the safe sleep guidelines, why they are important, and how new parents can implement them in their home.

Safe Sleep Week provides practical advice to parents, caregivers, educators and health professionals to help reduce the risk of sudden and unexpected death in infancy (including SIDS and fatal sleep accidents).

Throughout the week, we will explore such topics as:

  • Keeping it simple, to keep them safe
  • Why you should always sleep baby on their back
  • Why baby’s head and face should be uncovered during sleep
  • How to create a safe sleep environment
  • Why sleeping baby in your room is best
  • How health professionals can better communicate with families around the Six Safe Sleep Guidelines
  • plus breastfeeding and its benefits

Safe Sleep Week 2024 will be running across Red Nose’s social media channels and website and will include FREE online events.

We are excited to offer the following FREE events


Setting up your baby’s nursery? Remember…Keep it Simple, Keep them Safe

Join our Red Nose Safe Sleep Educator to find out how to set up your baby’s nursery to create a safer sleep space that is clear, comfortable, and compliant to Australian Safety Standards.

Date: Monday 4th March 1pm

Where: Facebook Live

Register for Facebook Live

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To reduce the risks of SIDS and fatal sleep accidents

Our six Safe Sleep recommendations

Always place baby on their back to sleep - Learn more

Keep baby’s face and head uncovered - Learn more

Keep baby smoke-free, before and after birth - Learn more

Safe sleeping environment, night and day - Learn more

Sleep baby in their own safe sleep space in the parent or caregiver’s room for the first 6 months - Learn more

Breastfeed baby - Learn more

​Safe Sleep Week is proudly supported by Bonds and V-Tech