In this month's Consumer Product Safety Commission Recall Roundup: More than 10 million Fisher-Price products including trikes, activity centers, high chairs and Little People rampway.
Fisher-Price Recalls Children's Trikes Due to Risk of Serious Injury
Fisher-Price Recalls Healthy Care, Easy Clean and Close to Me High Chairs Due to Laceration Hazard
Fisher-Price Recalls Infant Toys with Inflatable Balls Due to Choking Hazard
Fisher-Price Recalls Little People Play 'n Go Campsite™ Due to Choking Hazard
Fisher-Price Recalls Little People Wheelies Stand 'n Play Rampway Due to Choking Hazard
CPSC staff briefs the Commission on the draft final rule for infant strollers final rule.
This month on Recall Roundup the spotlight is on recalled products for your baby. Britax recalls strollers, IKEA recalls children's wall-mounted lamps and Platex recalls pacifier holder clips.
This is a five-minute video for small businesses explains children’s products, provides examples and links to additional resources. This is crucial, core knowledge for businesses seeking to comply with federal children's product safety requirements.
Staff briefs the Commission on bedside sleepers section 104 final rule.
This month on Recall Roundup: Gree recalls dehumidifiers, Schneider Electric recalls surge protectors and Frigidaire recalls blenders.
CPSC staff requests Commission approval of the FY 2014 Operating Plan.
See how U.S. Customs and Border Protection and CPSC worked together to keep unsafe toy dolls with phthalates from reaching store shelves.
Dr. Tom Fabian, senior fire researcher, from UL, presented an overview of UL’s recently completed project on Residential Upholstered Furniture Flammability in which experiments were conducted to explore if commercially available fire resistance technologies can retard and/or reduce fire growth of residential upholstered furniture.
CPSC commissioners and staff discuss the voluntary recall notice of proposed rulemaking. The Commission voted to publish the proposed rule in the Federal Register.