High-powered magnets are a deadly safety risk to children age toddler through teen.
High-powered magnets are a safety risk to children - toddler through teen. An increasing number of incidents reported to CPSC indicate that children are swallowing these magnets and the injuries are serious.
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CPSC commissioners and staff discuss the voluntary recall notice of proposed rulemaking. The Commission voted to publish the proposed rule in the Federal Register.
CPSC staff briefs the Commission on a rule for hand-held baby carriers.
This Recall Roundup is all about keeping your children safe. Do you have these recalled products? Kids II Baby Einstein Musical Motion activity jumpers, Be Amazing! Monster Science growing spider toy sets, Eco-Novelty Cosmo beads jumbo size, and Hatchette Book Group’s “Count My Kisses 1, 2, 3” and “Red, Green, Blue, I Love You” books have all been recalled.
CPSC staff briefs the Commission on the operating plan for fiscal year 2014.
As part of the rulemaking process for high-powered magnet sets, CPSC held a public hearing on Oct. 22, 2013, at 10 a.m.
Learn how to find and keep track of recalls and consumer product safety information on CPSC.gov and through CPSC's social media.
Loose or looped window covering cords can strangle young children.
CPSC Chairman Inez Tenenbaum honors five recipients of the 3rd annual Chairman’s Commendation Awards. The Chairman’s award program recognizes people and organizations that have made significant contributions to consumer product safety.
CPSC staff briefs the Commission on a proposed interpretive rule for voluntary remedial actions and guidelines for voluntary recall notices.
Check your home products. Recently recalled products include Wilton Industries Chefmate 2-Quart tea kettles, Teavana Tea Tumblers, and Big Lots Tabletop Torches.