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
Two Strangulation Deaths Prompt Summer Infant to Recall Video Baby Monitors with Cords; Firm to Provide New On-Product Label & Instructions
CPSC and JPMA Monitor Cord Warning
Baby Monitor Cords Have Strangled Children
CHAP members present and discuss recent findings about the effects of Phthalates to children's health.
CPSC Staff discusses Bedside Sleepers and Handheld Carriers—Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.
Stakeholders discuss rollover protection, technology, and rollover crash performance testing.
Stakeholders discuss strategies for safety message distribution and safety education and training for ATV's.
Stakeholders discuss roadway deaths, impact of legislative enforcement on ATV safety and off-highway vehicle parks.
Chairman Inez Tenenbaum thanks attendees and discusses the way forward at the 2012 ATV Safety Summit hosted by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Stakeholders discuss Sean's law, youthe ATV safety standards and state ATV safety legislation.
Stakeholders discuss optimizing seat design, computational mechanics for ATV safety and ATV simulator use.
Stakeholders discuss dealer provided ATV safety Information, adolescent riding behaviors and ASI sales force E-course.
Stakeholders discuss ATV safety and training, 4-H safety education and ATV youth safety standards.