Baby Mover Newborn Emergency Evacuation Apron



  • Up to three babies can be evacuated at the same time
  • Designed for new born babies up to 6KG total weight
  • Mesh panel around the face/head for maximum air flow
  • Made of fire retardant material which has been extensively laboratory tested.
  • Reinforced seams
  • Securing straps on each pocket to keep babies safe
  • The apron is ergonomically designed for rescuers comfort
  • Hands free to open doors, make an emergency call or to take other children by the hand


  • Just put the apron over your head like a T-shirt
  • Overcome obstacles like getting up or down the stairs easily
  • Retrieve new born babies from the danger zone within seconds

Made in the Netherlands

14 in stock (can be backordered)


Fast and Safe Evacuation from the Danger Zone

The Baby Mover Newborn is a professional evacuation apron for the rapid emergency rescue of babies and toddlers from buildings such as Hospital maternity wards.

During an emergency, you can evacuate several babies safety at the same time by using the Baby Mover Newborn. It is made of fire retardant material that has been extensively laboratory tested.

Approved Quality

Baby Mover Newborn Breathable Mesh
Baby Mover Newborn Breathable Mesh

This life-saving equipment is made of flame-retardant material and is simply pulled over the head of the rescuer like a T-shirt. The three specially designed and tear-resistant pockets allow the children to be quickly and safely inserted from above. Due to the quality of the tested material and the special processing, it is possible to carry a total weight of up to 18KG (6KG maximum weight per new born) with the Baby Mover Newborn.

There is a mesh panel around the face/head for maximum air flow. Each pocket has securing straps to hold the baby in place.

Hands Free

The pockets are attached left and right at the sides with a centralized pocket at the front. Thus, a person who already carries up to three babies with the Baby Mover Newborn, additionally has free hands to hold on the handrail, open doors, or make an emergency call by cell phone.


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