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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Don't let safety problems with your toy battery charger spark a frenzy. If it happens to you, tell CPSC at https://www.saferproducts.gov. And see if others have had safety problems, too.
If your kitchen appliance turns on by itself, you've got a safety problem. Tell CPSC at https://www.saferproducts.gov. Plus, find out if others have experienced safety problems, too.
Un niño muere cada dos semanas cuando un televisor, mueble o electrodoméstico le cae encima. Tome medidas de bajo costo para estabilizar muebles y televisores, y poder salvar vidas.
CPSC Staff proposes a safety standard for soft infant and toddler carriers.
Kenneth Hinson, CPSC Executive Director, gives an overview of CPSC operations at the 2013 International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization (ICPHSO) annual meeting.
CPSC Chairman, Inez Tenenbaum delivers the keynote address at the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization annual meeting in Arlington, Virginia on February 28, 2013.
Los imanes de alto poder son un riesgo de seguridad mortal para los niños, desde los más pequeños hasta los adolescentes. El número de incidentes es cada vez más alto y pueden requerir cirugía.
In this month's Consumer Product Safety Commission Recall Round-Up: Hy Cite stainless steel pots and pans, Fisher-Price Rock N' Play infant sleepers, Target children's two-piece cotton and fleece pajama sets.
CPSC staff discuss requirements pertaining to third party conformity assessment bodies.