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To prevent injuries and to keep kids safe, CPSC has approved a new federal safety standard for strollers and carriages.
Think outside the medicine box and kitchen cabinets to all the rooms of your home. Items that go beyond the bottle are electronic products containing coin-sized batteries, single-use laundry packets and carbon monoxide emitters such as generators and furnaces.
Learn how to find and keep track of recalls and consumer product safety information on CPSC.gov and through CPSC's social media.
Loose or looped window covering cords can strangle young children.
Did you know 87 is the average number of children under the age of 5 who drown each year, in and around the home? 80 percent happen in a bathtub. Find out how to stop it.
Don't let safety problems with your toy battery charger spark a frenzy. If it happens to you, tell CPSC at https://origin.www.saferproducts.gov. And see if others have had safety problems, too.
If your kitchen appliance turns on by itself, you've got a safety problem. Tell CPSC at https://origin.www.saferproducts.gov. Plus, find out if others have experienced safety problems, too.
CPSC wants all parents and caregivers to know that baby monitors and their cords should always be placed at least three feet away from a child’s reach
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) are warning parents and caregivers that cords on baby audio and video monitors present a strangulation hazard to infants and toddlers when placed within a child’s reach.