In this edition of Recall Roundup: Ace Bayou recalls bean bag chairs, Brita recalls kids’ water bottles, and Dream On Me recalls high chairs.
Two Deaths Reported with Ace Bayou Bean Bag Chairs
BRITA Recalls Children’s Water Bottles
Dream On Me Recalls High Chairs
In this month’s CPSC Recall Roundup: Discovery Kids Lamps, Gabiano Collection pajamas and Chicco Polly High Chairs
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.
The United States, China, and European Union met in June 2012 to improve consumer product safety worldwide.
The CPSC Commission votes on the final rule for play yards. In addition, CPSC staff briefs the commission on children's product testing.
Are you giving a sparkler to a child this July 4? Think twice.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission holds an annual public hearing for interested stakeholders to tell CPSC what they think the agency should work on in Fiscal Year 2014.
In this month's CPSC Recall Roundup: Banzai Inflatable In-Ground Pool Slides , Kennedy International Folding Step Stools , and Kolcraft Bassinets
CPSC's Patty Davis shows you the hazards with recently recalled products, including Todson Topeak Baby Seat II bicycle carrier seats, girls' jackets with drawstrings sold at Ross stores and Digital Concepts compact travel
CPSC Small Business Ombudsman Neal Cohen walks businesses through CPSIA, safety requirements, labels and third-party testing.
CHAP members present and discuss recent findings about the effects of phthalates to children's health. This is part of a series of CHAP meetings.