CPSC's Chairman Elliot Kaye presents the winners of the first-ever Consumer Product Safety Apps Challenge.
CPSC Announces Winners of First-Ever Apps Challenge New Apps Help Consumers Track Recalls Product Safety Incidents
CPSC Announces Winners of First-Ever Apps Challenge New Apps Help Consumers Track Recalls Product Safety Incidents (En Español)
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.
Are you giving a sparkler to a child this July 4? Think twice.
Ever had a chair-tastrophe? Report it, or any safety problem with a consumer product, at SaferProducts.gov. Plus, find out if others have experienced safety problems, too.
High-powered magnets are a deadly safety risk to children age toddler through teen.
Kids talk about school safety! Always wear the right helmet. Be safe and have fun. Careful with the clothing, Mom and Dad. SafetyGov USCPSC.
Learn the new federal requirements for overall crib safety.
Protect your family from carbon-monoxide (CO) poisoning by following these steps.
Phil & teds and CPSC have received reports of the chairs falling off a variety of different table surfaces, resulting in five injuries. Injuries involve children's fingers being severely pinched, lacerated, crushed or amputated.
As batteries are shrinking and becoming more powerful, the number of battery-related incidents resulting in severe injury and death is increasing.