Government health and safety inspectors in Britain will soon have unprecedented access to family homes.
The London Sunday Times reported the workers will be visiting homes to make sure parents are protecting their kids from household accidents.
In some cases, health workers will supply and install safety equipment like smoke alarms, stair gates and oven guards.
The new guidelines have been written up by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, also called NICE.
Critics say the new rules are "intrusive" and proof of a "creeping nanny state."