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)
Two hundred people are injured each day in fireworks-related accidents around the July 4th Independence Day holiday. See what can happen to you and your family if you don't put safety first.
CPSC moms ask questions about how to make sure their crib is safe.
When researching the past 20 years of sling use, CPSC identified at least 14 babies who died since 1998 inside their sling-style infant carriers. Twelve of the deaths involved babies younger than four months of age. Be cautious when carrying babies younger than 4 months of age in a sling and make sure that your infant's face is visible at all times when using these products.
Do not put additional bedding such as pillows, thick quilts, comforters or anything plush into your babys sleeping space.
Here's what can happen in less than a minute with a dry Christmas tree. Don't let your live tree catch fire like the one in this video.
A cooking fire can turn a holiday feast into a family tragedy, by making safety part of the Thanksgiving dinner recipe; cooks can avoid preventable cooking fires and keep the celebration joyful. Here are some tips to keep your family safe from cooking fires.
Corded window coverings are on of the top 5 hidden hazards in the home. Examine all window coverings in your home for accessible cords.
Did you know....The risk of dying from fires in homes without smoke alarms is twice as high as in homes that have working smoke alarms? Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors can alert you to a fire or poisonous carbon monoxide in your home and give you valuable escape time. These alarms save lives and prevent injuries. That's a fact.
Candle flames and flammable costumes can be a dangerous combination. By following these simple safety tips, you can ensure that this year's Halloween is a safe one.
Every year about 90 children drown in bathtubs, buckets, toilets, hot tubs and landscape ponds.